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turn the air blue

To use profane language, especially with great rapidity and intensity. My dad turned the air blue after he found out I'd put a dent in his car.
See also: air, blue, turn
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Their gaffer Paul gives a hilarious history lesson to rally his troops before turning the air blue at full time.
MUSCLE strength and stamina can be boosted by turning the air blue, a study has found.
Research suggests turning the air blue can boost muscle strength and stamina while exercising.
This time he was turning the air blue in Chelsea, shocking well-to-do shoppers who walked by.
Appearing on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV tomorrow, Schofield speaks of his fears that his 24-hour TV marathon for ITV's Text Santa charity campaign could end with him turning the air blue by accident.
The Glasgow-born presenter was rapped for turning the air blue during a live show.
But when he shouted hello from the street, the Back To Black singer responded by turning the air blue.
most outrageous comedian will be turning the air blue in Warwickshire tonight and tomorrow with two comedy dates.
Stroppy Strickland was last seen on the box in the World Pool Championship turning the air blue, hurling his cues around and then getting all uppity when his Taiwanese opponent refused to shake his hand at the end of their match.
Responsible for turning the air blue Minister for Trade: Harry RedknappMinister for Defence: Kevin Keegan.
Ramsay, a former Glasgow Rangers footballer, is notorious for turning the air blue with verbal assaults on his TV shows.
A series of cock-ups in the kitchen meant more than half the customers went home hungry - and Ramsay turning the air blue.
KIM Sears returned to the UK yesterday with fiance and Australian Open runner-up Andy Murray fresh from turning the air blue in Oz.
Jessie, your outfit is turning the air blue with screams from the Fashion Police.
Those "offensive" acts include turning the air blue and making obscene gestures.