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a term used very often by the Monica species. Said up to 200-300 times a day, it could get very annoying to nearby friends as well as strangers who come across her.
Originally a phrase said only in frustration, it has since become a well rehearsed cry for acceptance and attention from fellow friends ie DH
LOOK MATE! No need to get nasty now.
LOOK MATE! Who do you think you are?!
LOOK MATE! Clearly...

or in most cases, just simply
by anonii monii September 04, 2007
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