Idiom: jump down someone’s throat
— Don’t jump down his throat just because you disagree or he’ll stop talking to us.
— I felt so badly for my boss this morning because the director jumped down his throat for something that wasn't even his fault.
— I didn't even have a chance to explain why I was late before my professor jumped down my throat.
— My father jumped down my mother's throat when he found out she bought me a new iPhone.
— If you jump down my throat again, I'm only going to communicate with you in writing in the future.
— Why did you jump down the babysitter's throat like that? She's just a teenager, not a nanny with decades of experience.
— I felt awful for jumping down my cleaning lady's throat when it was actually my son who had accidentally washed my silk shirt.
— Before my assistant had anger management therapy, she used to jump down everyone's throat for even the slightest problem.
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