costs an arm and a legidiom

  • jaとても高い、すごくお金がかかる
  • enextremely expensive

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All right.
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Ooh!
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And look at her friends.
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Not one went to help.
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They're just all like, "Ooh."
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I mean, I know college costs an arm and a leg, but an eye?
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Good grief.
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That's right.
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Chafetz is saying poor people need to choose between health care or a phone.
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And just like a Samsung Galaxy 7, that comment blew up in his face.
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I mean...
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Did I hear him correctly?
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Is he saying health insurance costs the same as a phone?
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Hey, Jason, a phone isn't supposed to literally cost you an arm and a leg.
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It cost him an arm and a leg.
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But he willingly sold himself into slavery for love.
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I can only go to specific people who take my insurance,
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or else it's gonna cost an arm and a leg.
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I ended up going to one who's close to my job.
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Told him, "Oh, I was recently diagnosed with PCOS."
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He walked outside, took out some generic-ass birth control,
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then was like, "Take this and you'll be fine
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and watch what you eat."
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It was so frustrating.
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An ice cream sundae, no joke.
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You don't even have to cook an ice cream.
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And it still cost a fucking arm and a leg.