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Bust Somebody's Chops

Bust Somebody's Chops - to tease or harass somebody

  • My friends really busted my chops, when I failed my English test.
  • My sister just doesn't stop busting my chops.
  • My boss always busts my chops, when I come late to work.
  • My friends bust my chops, because I love my donkey.
  • I do not like it when people bust my chops, because our dog has 3 legs.
  • Don't bust my chops, because I can't go to the concert.
  • Why is everyone busting my chops?

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