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To SPITE.

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ha ha thought it didn't make sense

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The expression is "to cut off your nose to spite your face", "spite" being used as a verb to mean "Deliberately hurt, annoy, or offend (someone)."



It's a commentary on the foolishness of causing greater harm to yourself while you try to hurt someone else

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