burnage

Used to measure the extremity of a burn.
A burn about someone's clothes, minor burnage.
A burn about someone's mother or sister or grandmother or dog, medium burnage.
Lastly, a burn involving someone's mother, sister, grandmother, and dog, extreme burnage.

You'd better watch your back.

Yeah, well you'd better stay off yours! The latter is seriously extreme burnage.


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