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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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I can tell the difference between the peaceful practice of a civilized religion and an extremist offshoot of hate-filled so-and-sos.
Many people have their job and their workplace and that's it, while us nosey so-and-sos who write about other people for a living get to see what loads of different individuals get up to during working hours.
It seems the only people pleased about this mess are those smug so-and-sos who won speedboats on Bullseye all those years ago.
When we spoke to Mrs Warnock she said she had told the Gazette about the theft, not for publicity, but to try to shame the little so-and-sos into bringing the bike back.
Only a pragmatic mathematician would assume sixth formers are such calculating little so-and-sos their A level choices are based solely on playing the numbers game.
These little so-and-sos just know they're going to get away with it, and they know all they're going to get is a slap on the wrist.
Us mere mortals have branded some footballers as uncaring and greedy so-and-sos.
Nothing to do with us,guv, shall sayeth the min Cardiff Bay,it's all down to the idle,apathetic so-and-sos at home.
This hybrid of Location Location Location sees property gurus Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer advise these astute (and lucky) so-and-sos as they become double home-owning nouveau riche types.
They''re a bunch of pesky so-and-sos who can''t be trusted, right?
We've had emails from people who were coming from Newcastle telling us we were liars, telling us what so-and-sos we were.
One by one the uninvited diners were prised away and launched over the wall into the back field (just because I don't want to kill the slippery little so-and-sos doesn't mean I'm above giving them a sudden bout of air-sickness and a gentle bump on the head.
The 65-year-old, who started working at the secondary school when it was an all-boys school, said: "I am really going to miss the staff here, as I have a lot of good friends, and the pupils as well- although they can be right so-and-sos sometimes
Not to mention forcing the lazy so-and-sos who'd rather lounge around all day swigging lager into work in the first place.
He added: "The perception of you guys is that you're all a bunch of money-grabbing so-and-sos.