for Chrissake

for Chrissake

An exclamation of shock, annoyance, frustration, or anger (an informal pronunciation of "for Christ's sake"). Would you let me finish my story, for Chrissake? For Chrissake, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it!
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I mean, they locked him up on Riker's Island without bail, for Chrissake.
But for chrissake, if we had just gone on an intuitive gut response and/or had had some good insider Bloomsbury gossip from the time, fuck-it-all we coulda saved eighty years of critical bullshit, not to mention all the students agony we all experienced to one degree or another.
And I kept telling Mickey, For chrissake man, you're going to reelect a guy who's clearly a monster and an idiot.
All the girls were locked in their rooms, and he was an officer, for chrissake.
Quick as a flash, the guy behind the counter snapped: "Come on for Chrissake.
And get some leather wrist bands or a studded belt, for chrissake.
We're a country founded by Puritans, for chrissake.
All I know is that this guy Peter Norton (he's an investor in The Nation, I better tell you) made the highest bid- $156,500-and then he says he wants to give the letters back to Salinger, for Chrissake.
For Chrissake, mirrors were supposed to go on closet doors, walls were supposed to be bare.
I know how they're supposed to act, the ones who've been in some war, even the ones who've been totally wasted for chrissake, by some war.
Adultery, for Chrissake, in suburbia, for Chrissake.
O come on, Jose, for Chrissake, you're thinking of the Spanish Inquisition, that parish is run by simpleminded Irishmen.
Nobody was ever pummeled for doing so; attacks generally grow no more vicious than synchronized sighing, for which the subtitle reads WORKSHOPS ARE US, FOR CHRISSAKE, LITERATURE IS THEM.