In my time in the Marine Corps (circa 1970's - 1980's), the terms I recall were: "If you feel froggy, jump." "Nothing between us but air and opportunity." "Payback is a Medi-Vac." "Show me your teeth and I'll tell you how many you take home in your pocket." "There's gonna be three hits. I hit you, you hit the deck, and the ambulance hits 100 MPH taking you to the hospital." "We're both gonna have to go to the hospital to get my foot out of your ***." "The best part of you ran down your mother's legs." (pretty much guaranteed to start the fight) "You're mom's gonna cry when she sees what I'm about to do to you." "I'll hit you so hard and so fast, you'll be yelling, "Y'all stop!"'' Commonly heard on the streets these days: "What the f* are you looking at?" "You want some of this?" "Come get some." "You're about to be spittin' Chiclets." My father used to say: "You better bring your lunch, boy. You're gonna be at this all day." And, "You're gonna have to part your hair to take a piss." I never quite understood that last one, but when he said it, there was going to be a fight.