Posted by Smokey Stover on March 23, 2006
In Reply to: "Smack my bitch up" posted by nikhil on March 22, 2006
: meaning of the phrase "bitch something up" and "bitch that up" and "smack my bitch up"
The phrases are neither idioms nor sayings, but a slangy and vulgar form of arguably standard English, with "bitch" as the common element--very "common". In the first two phrases "bitch" is a verb, and the meaning could be charitably related to "muck something up" or "screw that up" if you don't mind vulgarity, while "smack my bitch up" is either a clause or the predicate of a clause in which "my bitch" would normally mean "my woman," which could be a wife, girl-friend, mistress, or temporary companion. Lord, Nikhill, what on earth have you been reading? Whatever it is, stop! SS