for Christ's sake

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for Christ's sake

A mild oath of exasperation, annoyance, frustration, anger, or surprise. Would you let me finish my story, for Christ's sake? Oh for Christ's sake, I just had the car fixed and now you've put a dent in it! For Christ's sake! I haven't seen you in years!
See also: for, sake
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And a third said: "It's 2019 for Christ sake if someone wants to come at you for allowing Molly to practise on her own sister is freaking ridiculous."
What's the point in potentially ruining that with yet another supermarket for Christ sake. Turn it into a museum or something MARGARET ANNE HALL: Not everyone can afford to shop at Tesco etc so a Lidl would be very welcome in this area DONNA OWEN: Good news it's a mess down there at the moment and Lidl is fab!
Dana Belfield For Christ sake the world won't end, they're not exactly nazi uniforms !
He's been killing people, for Christ sake. And for lots of years"
"I loathe it, hate it, despise, despise, for Christ sake, it," he wrote.
I mean for Christ sakes, Pino, they grew up on my food.
Newsweek gave us two pages on the JonBenet case, nine pages on the Kennedys -- including a family tree, for Christ sakes -- but only one page on Bill Archer's efforts to reduce capital-gains taxes and basically eliminate the corporate alternative-minimum tax.