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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It's still your mother's house because she bought the bed, sheets, spoons, stove and curtains and mattress (for chrissake!) and the door's welcome mat, table cloths, fridge and television and paid the first month's rent.
So the kindly thing to do is let her quietly serve out her remaining time (it can't be much longer for Chrissake) before we guillotine the institution and avoid the grisly fate of the reign of Charles Windsor.
I'd never even considered how it would feel for somebody with eight more years to see a guy leave after eight piddlyass months, and then have that guy--a little white politician, for chrissake!--embarrass him in front of the whole prison as the runt waltzes out the door."
"Can you, for Chrissake?" He was sure he remembered Hudson playing halfback in practice, but the other shook his head.
"For chrissake," I declared, "if it isn't Jimmy Fowler." I walked over and extended my hand.
"He's a decathlete, for Chrissake. His technique is horrible."
I mean, they locked him up on Riker's Island without bail, for Chrissake. What does that tell you?
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. Didn't she want some?
Quick as a flash, the guy behind the counter snapped: "Come on for Chrissake. Can't you see I'm busy here?" I was stunned, but thrilled at his raw aggression.
And get some leather wrist bands or a studded belt, for chrissake." He doesn't even notice that I've gone.
ANDREAS: I'm not the Un-American Committee, for Chrissake! Who told you?
We're a country founded by Puritans, for chrissake."