“You make me sick.”

English Lesson: You make me sick.

You recently found out that your ex-husband cheated on you with your children's nanny. You are very angry and you think he's a very bad person. You write a text message to tell him how much you dislike him.

You make me sick.

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You make me sick.

This is a phrase that you can say to someone who you hate, who you think is a bad person:

You make me sick.

When you say this to someone, you are saying that you think that they're disgusting or immoral.

The person who you say this to might become really upset, or might say "Whatever" and ignore it.