And of course: “Bye Ryan Braun, you cheating piece of sh*t. CANT JEW YOUR WAY OUT OF IT THIS TIME.”
None of the men ogling you give a sh*t about you either, do not be fooled.
The Harlequin hardback, out today, is appropriately dubbed: sh*t Girls Say.
That which caught the attention of father and daughter while they were conversing so earnestly, was a serpent-like "sh!"
Who says I sh'd never 've opened th' door without 'sistance.
I sh'd think your arm would be most broke carryin' it all the way from your house.
"I sh'd be sorry if I wasn't," he answered, in swift, rasping accents.
James Barton andJohn Cooke:—sworn, who are to have for their pains 10 sh.
Mr. Robin was going on to explain all about it, but Mr. Owl said, "'sh!"
Afterwards, however, she 'crowned the tomb with garlands and sundry nosegays, and marvellous lovingly embraced the same'; sh.
exclamation used to urge or request silence, 1847. The gesture of putting a finger to the lips to express silence is attested from Roman times. As a transitive verb from 1887; intransitive from 1925.