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you and whose army?

  1. (rhetorical question, sarcastic) Used in response to someone’s threat suggesting that the person in question cannot do what she or he says alone.
    - I’m going to stop you from going out with that girl!
    - Yeah? You and whose army?
    • 2001, “You and whose army?”, in Amnesiac, performed by Radiohead:
      Come on, come on / You think you'll drive me crazy? / Well, come on, come on / You and whose army? / You and your cronies

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