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Impolite and offensive expressions used when annoyed or angry

damn

interjection

used when you are annoyed about something

bloody

adjective

used for emphasizing that you are angry or annoyed about something

for God’s/Christ’s/goodness’/Heaven’s/Pete’s sake

used for emphasizing what you are saying when you are annoyed or angry: ‘for God’s sake’ and ‘for Christ’s sake’ are offensive to some people

get stuffed

used for telling someone to stop annoying you, or for saying that you do not care about what they say

damned

adjective

damn

dammit

interjection

used when you are annoyed about something

bloody hell

used for showing that you are extremely annoyed

damn it/you/him etc

used when you are annoyed about something

goddammit

interjection

used when you are angry or annoyed. Some people consider this word offensive.

son of a bitch

interjection

used for showing that you are annoyed

Open Dictionary

chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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