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(Do) you kiss your momma with that mouth?

Used to chastise someone who is using lewd, vulgar, or obscene language. Stop cursing around all these little kids! Geez, you kiss your momma with that mouth? Wow, those are some mighty vulgar words for a 10-year-old to know. Do you kiss your momma with that mouth, young man?
See also: kiss, momma, that

(my) momma didn't raise no dummy

I am not stupid, foolish, or naïve. A: "And just make sure the safety latch is in place before you start the engine." B: "I know, I know. My momma didn't raise no dummy!" They thought they could pull a fast one on me, but momma didn't raise no dummy.
See also: dummy, momma, no, raise

Yo momma!

slang A colloquial variant of "your mother," used as a general insult, especially in response to a criticism or offense from someone else. A: "You really ought to lay off those donuts, don't you think?" B: "Yo momma!" Boom, slam dunk, baby! Yo momma!
See also: yo

You kiss your mother with that mouth?

Said to someone using expletives or other inappropriate language. Stop cursing around all these little kids! Geez, you kiss your mother with that mouth?
See also: kiss, mother, that

(Do) you eat with that mouth?

and (Do) you kiss your momma with that mouth?
interrog. Do you actually eat with the mouth you use to talk that filth?; Do you actually use that filthy mouth to kiss your mother? (Said to someone who talks dirty all the time.) That’s a lot of foul talk. Do you eat with that mouth? What did you say? You kiss your mama with that mouth?
See also: eat, that

Do you kiss your momma with that mouth?

verb
See also: kiss, momma, that

you kiss your momma with that mouth?

verb
See also: kiss, momma, that
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Now that his son is marked for death, Malcolm decides to hide Trent at Georgia Girls' School for the Arts by posing as Big Momma and her great-niece Charmaine.
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"Our organization isn't made up of a bunch of what you would call |activists.' We're just mommas concerned about the health of our kids."
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