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None of the above

Posted by Rube on June 18, 2004

In Reply to: Need clarification posted by Adrienne Raby on June 17, 2004

: Can someone please tell me the correct form of this phrase:

: "Give someone a rash of s h i t"
: or
: "Give someone a wrath of s h i t"

: "...a raft of s h i t"

I think the most common usage is a "ration of s h i t".

This is to say, you were given a certain amount of s h i t, not necessarily the appropriate amount, but not necessarily not either - the bunch of s h i t someone gives you could be the proper ration of s h i t.

I think I may have heard "raft" used, but I am not actually sure of that.