From Happy Gilmore, after Happy temporarily knocks out Bob Barker. A confident statement of vindication after defeating a nefarious or arrogant opponent.
Michelangelo’s David, one of his most famous works, looks out from the Piazza Della Signoria of Florence toward the Medici Palace with a gaze of defiance. Built in honor of the New Republic after ousting the oppressive, powerful ruling Medici family from Florence, David's posture and visage say "Price it wrong, Bitch"
作者 Citrus Warrior 2004年8月09日

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