A phrase used on the end of sentences to enchance the previous statement's value.

'to the days' has a similar function to the adjective-enhancing 'very', although comes after the adjective instead of before.

'to the days' implies a strong tone with it's increased emphasis.
I only got 3 hours sleep. I'm 'very' fucking tired.

This statement becomes:

I only got 3 hours sleep. I'm fucking tired 'to the days'.

作者 The_Moo 2008年2月08日

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