seeing in day light

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usually also, with a surprise mark at the end of the idiom, it is a suffix or a prefix about events, which are surprising, happened or while happening, expressing the teller, astonishment.
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Seeing in the day light! Our son, again stole my gem, he does it because he’s a child.

Submitted by bridgit on October 12, 2019

Modified by acronimous on January 02, 2020

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