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goddammit

(ɡɒˈdæmɪt)
interj
an oath expressing anger, surprise, irritation, etc
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But the means that interested her, goddammit, was kabbalah," I said.
I just don't want him to be made a goat, goddammit," Nixon said to Kissinger in June 1972.
Oh, goddammit, Greg," she shouted, undoing the lace that went around Greg's neck.
96) A translation of the text reproduced in Free Unions is as follows: 'To be happy, goddammit, you should kill the property owners, to be happy goddammit, you must cut the priests in two.
If all she likes are ponies and princesses then goddammit, that's what we'll give her.
seems, to hold us, yes I am anthropomorphizing goddammit I have twice in
Goddammit, I thought I'd gotten better at it," she added.
I was 11, goddammit, going to psychiatrists and switching from Ritalin to Adderall to lord knows what else in what felt like endless experimentation to make sure "things were going OK.
He'd understand that I'm telling the truth, goddammit.
But a few little setbacks won't stop this domestic goddess from celebrating family and togetherness, goddammit, so I force everyone in my house to eat what I have made.