I mean Ford hahaha because Ford didn't want that to happen. It is often used as a satire, but it can be used seriously. Usually when someone does a lot of things and you want to do it, they say Ford.
Man: Why do you keep talking ??? ! ?
Woman: Well, someone bothered you while watching TV ...
.... A terrible example is hard to find. MDR but yes, it is used * a little * in everyday conversation.
1.) This is a kind of English proverb which has no direct translation. That means I didn't paint or if I did it would be too bad. It can also be used in a satirical way.
2.) It can be used in everyday conversation, but it feels like what a middle-aged person would tell me. Young people often use it to be sarcastic.
Jim, this is the second time you've broken the law. Ford, next time the bad cops will catch you. So you will not be far from it.
What kind of service is this? I waited 2 hours for my meal. Ford, I will never go to this restaurant again.
It made you angry, but when I met you I hated you.
You really sing to abuse me (to make someone angry)! Ford, I'm not taking this chair and hitting you on the head!
Mrs. Meredith was getting used to her new self. Ford was hit by a storm and had to move the hangar.
You never do anything here. You don't cook. You don't clean. Ford, you can never empty the carpet. You sit all day (This is satire)
He said he could. And he said he could. But has Ford helped here? (This is satire)
Don't pinch my arm! It hurts.
Wow sorry Ford, I can cut your arm. (seriously)
In fact, Ford is a broad term used in general terms. It is used 24 times in the King James Version. It's a short sentence that shows the power to stop it from happening. Heavenly Ford uniform. Avoid the heavenly powers (besides the angels).
I have to look at the context, but I find it ironic.
That can't mean it.
People use it when they are doing a lot of things and don't want to do anything with it. Let's say my boyfriend has a big hair problem and he's perfect, so I ask him if he wants to be able to change me and he doesn't say because he doesn't want to tear his hair, I say Ford Will Moving.
It can be as bad as the Ford I endured in a car accident.
I think it is used in general conversation.