sobek (jennilee) wrote in thequestionclub,
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Where/what does the following phrase originate from? And does anyone know the original phrase?

"I'm in your [noun]...
[verbing] your [optional adjective] [noun]."

Sometimes apostrophes are not used and the yours become urs.
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