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    Cat's arse and cabbage

    I looked it up and found definition but I do not know how to use it in a context. could you help me and use it in a sentence as an example.

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    Re: Cat's arse and cabbage

    A good way of looking for examples of sentences is using Google. Have you tried it?

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    Re: Cat's arse and cabbage

    Child: What's for dinner?
    Mother: Cat's arse and cabbage. (She means that it is not important what the dinner is because the child will have to eat it whether he or she likes it or not)

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