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so-and-so

a despised person. (This expression is used in place of other very insulting terms. Often modified, as in the examples.) You dirty so-and-so! I can't stand you! Don't you call me a so-and-so, you creep!

so-and-so

n. a euphemistic way of addressing someone with an insulting term of address. (This is usually euphemistic for son of a bitch. However, it is also used for good friends, especially male to male, to show affection.) This lousy so-and-so tried to take me for 400 bucks.
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It was probably one of those things where 'If so-and-so can do it, I can do it.
Then, follow up with flattery--something like you know he's a whiz at so-and-so subject.
We can celebrate for weeks at a time, not to mention celebrating the 900th anniversary of Saint So-and-So.
Hopefully, one of them will have the fortitude to call us and say, I didn't see the shooting, but I could tell you so-and-so, so-and-so and so-and-so were hanging around at that time.
But just who was the lucky so-and-so who snaffled a bit of 5-1 Ericas Equity in running?
He might be a groovy so-and-so who just happens to think you're hot.
Their teacher, a balding gent with a mildly cultured air, would ask them what they thought so-and-so was attempting to convey, and they would mostly try to come up with elegant ways of saying, "It's weird but kind of cool," over and over.
Or maybe they merely mentioned in passing to their wives that so-and-so has gone off Paris, and that so-and-so is in love with David Beckham, and that so-and-so thinks Seb Coe is really rather cute.
Between fights, Jones (49-1, 38 knockouts) had to listen to experts talk about how he was losing early to a fighter who never was great and how much of a so-and-so he was for hitting Griffin while he was down.
At school I was always the person they came to and said, `So-and-so is beating up so-and-so.
I was also surprised at Sir Paul calling David a stupid so-and-so.
How many times can you hear someone whine about how so-and-so won't share his vodka?
And probably at this time, it would be great to work with so-and-so.
I'm sick of being told that so-and-so is off and I'll have to do their job as well as my own.
I was utterly stunned when the chairman told me I could so-and-so off and that he intended finding a new manager," said Fry last night.