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a more polite paraphrase of "For Christ's Sake" - such a paraphrase is often used loudly or/in public places so not to offend or draw attention to using "Christ" in a potential negative connotation
A woman upset about not finding an item they need in a grocery store or finding out that the grocery is out of the needed item - instead of saying "For Christ's Sake!" using "For Christmas Shakes" - A man upset that their favorite team is losing using "For Christmas Shakes," in front of their children - Also "For Christmas Sakes"
by David Petreaus Curtis December 06, 2011
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sending two texts in a row without a reply inbetween.
Rachel: whats up?
Tessa: not to much! hbu?
Tessa: dude, i'm so bored.
Rachel: stop double texting me.
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