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OK, so "de" is possessive. Therefore, "ni3 de ge1ge" is "your brother," and "your cart" would be "ni3 de" - what's the word for cart? And did I miss the "de" in "I'm not your mother," or is this an instance of the colloquial, where casual speech allows skipping part of the sentence? Doesn't seem to fit the speaker, but it might fit the situation between the two characters onscreen. Bonus numerical tongue twister: 4 is 4, 10 is 10, 14 is 14, 40 is 40. (There are numerical insults too.) Oh, did that seem rambling? Were the previous posts too TL; DR? Do you want to make time to learn something new, or are you too busy throwing heels and shade? (Yeesh. Give a girl another reason to abhor pink.)

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