Tracey's unintentional, spontaneous, yet ingenious, combination of two barely related aphorisms to form a new one that
combines the meaning of both (see examples below).
When Tracey both "jimmies" something and "jury rigs" it.
When Tracey beats you so bad she both "cleaned your clock" and "kicked your butt" she:
cleaned your butt
When Tracey both puts it "in your face!" and shoves it "down your throat!".
In your throat!
When Tracey wishes to express her ennui, itís not "same stuff, different day"
(she would never use the word "shit")
nor "another day, another dollar".
same day, different dollar
When Tracey has to "get by"
or "make due" she manages to:
When Tracey wants to tell her sister to "chill out"
or "calm your ass down" she tells her to:
Chill your ass down
When Tracey is performing well, she's not just "cooking with gas"
or "kicking butt" she's:
(She sure has a lot of odd ideas regarding use of the butt)
When Tracey wants to stop something, she doesn't just "have the kibash put on it"
or "have it quashed" she has it:
When someone butts into Tracey's business they aren't a "busy body"
or "nosey" they are a:
Tracey isn't too upset if someone tries to "trick" her
or "pull a fast one" but she really hates it when they try to
pull a fast trick
When Tracey is competing at something she hates getting "licked" she also hates getting " her
ass kicked" but she really hates getting
her ass licked
When Tracey sees something askew, it's not "cock-eyed"or "crooked", it's
When Tracey wants you to "wake up and smell the coffee" but not so fast that you don't have time to "stop and smell the roses", she wants you to
wake up and smell the roses
When Tracey wants to get something done she doesn't "give her best effort" or "use her influence", but she does
use her best effort
This list will grow as time passes.