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Humourous response to any question where a noun or noun-phrase is expected.

See also: Yer mum
Q: What time is it?
A: Your mum.

Q: Under which of the true sciences should philosophy be classified?
A: Your mum.

etc.
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An insult generally used to insult someone(obviously). Just by saying it will bring laughter and insult.
Hey michael, what time is it?
Your mum
No seriously I have an appointment
Your mum has an appointment, IN MY PANTS
Why are you such a fag?
Because your mum stopped comming over to my house
I HATE YOU
Tell your mum I'll be over at 5 not 6
SHUTUP
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probbably the most immortal phrase to bless this great earth. It may answer any question, and cause great havoc.
Q)"what is the square root of 81"

A)"your mum is the square root of 81"


Q)I got Monopoly for Christmas"

A)Your mum got monopoly for Christmas"
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See also: Your Mom, ya mum, Your Mother, Yo Momma
1. A phrase used often in English youth culture as a generic comeback to an insult of any kind.

2. A response to a question of any sort, often not being in any way related to the person whom is asking's mother or even making any sort of sense, although it can sometimes be fitting and even insulting.

3. Used as part of a larger insult usually following the formula; "Your Mum's so 'x' she is 'y'." This form oftens plays to the target's mother's alledged promiscuity, weight, intellect, age, looks, wealth or background. This is the form of 'Your Mum' used by people with higher (if any) intellect.

Be aware that many people, even if meant as a joke, find the 'Your Mum' insult just that; insulting, even to the point of violence.

The 'Your Mum' insult may appear to be a recent phenomenon, but it has been used by even Shakespeare in his plays, as in Act I Scene 1 of 'Timon of Athens';

Painter: Y'are a dog.
Apemantus: Thy mother's of my generation. What's she, if I be a dog?

The 'Your Mum' insult was also uses in Act IV, Scene II of Titus Andronicus;

Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
Examples:
1. Person 1: You're gay.
Person 2: So's your mum.

2. Person 1: What did you do last night?
Person 2: Your mum.
or;
Person 1: What colour is your car?
Person 2: Your mum.

3. Your mum's so stupid, she climbed over a glass wall just to see what was on the other side.
or;
Your mum's so fat, when she went sunbathing GreenPeace showed up to try to tow her back into the sea.
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a comeback to a question or insult. it is beautiful in its simplicity in that those two words will imply that the person's mother is fat, baggy, saggy, ugly and would probably simulate coitis with anything that got in her way. the only acceptable comebacks to a display of 'yourmummery' are shown below:
Cardy: Hey, what's that smell?
Daly: Your mum.
Cardy: Your face.
Daly: Your mum's face.

(on NO account bring 'your dad' into this - that's just rude.)
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