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Paul Heacock - 2003 - 498 pages
|vocabulary week by week at week, month by month at month, year by year at |
year day in, day out, also day in and day out ... Go ahead, make my day. usage:
used as a humorous way to show that the person you are speaking to knows it
|or Clint Eastwood's "Go ahead, make my day!" It is all acceptable when "typical" |
children and adults do it. Why, then, is it something to raise concern or to
extinguish completely when others do it? We should acknowledge movie talk as
Donaldo Pereira Macedo, Shirley R. Steinberg - 2007 - 710 pages
|and captured in the renumerative cliches, "Go for it!" and "Go ahead. Make my |
day!" Rocky Balboa's "Go for it!" (which has become the clarion call for the U.S.
brand of rugged individualism) and Clint Eastwood's "Go ahead. Make my day!
|GO. AHEAD—MAKE. MY. DAY! They say that opposites attract andI am just |
absolute proof of that fact. When Bob and I first got married, I came home from
work and he said, “Guess what, honey? I bought you a rifle today.” Now, you
|GO AHEAD, MAKE MY DAY! Isaiah 53:2-3 If Jesus were to appear today would |
we recognize Him? Would He look as we picture Him, or would we have to admit
He might not be exactly what we had in mind? Could it be that we would prefer to
H. Svi Shapiro, David E. Purpel - 1998 - 420 pages
|Rocky Balboa's "Go for it!" and Clint Eastwood's "Go ahead. Make my day!" which |
adorn the discursive fountain head of United States bravado culture. These
slogans have become cultural aphorism that reveal a great deal about the
Tom Dalzell - 2009 - 1104 pages
|go! | gobbler 440 ». go upside someone's head to hit someone on the head us, |
7959 • If she hollers cop, all yo do is bop ... 44, 1975 go ahead, make my day
used to summon defiance us, 7983 From the movie character Dirty Harry played
|Such images are modelled on the John-Wayneing of America and captured in |
the remunera— tive cliches “Go for it!” (which became the clarion call for the US.
brand of rugged individualism) and Clint Eastwood's “Go ahead. Make my day!
|Also I have the joy of knowing I probably made someone else's day with my |
patient peace of mind. That is why I have always during this hard challenge said
to the devil go ahead make my day. Because devil whatever you send I am going
|In Sudden Impact, a 1983 movie starring Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, a violent |
vigilante cop, the law officer aims his gun at a hostage-taker brandishing his own
weapon and snarls, “Go ahead, make my day.” The phrase was a challenge to ...