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Mickey

In auto sales, a loan that a dealership arranges for a customer to make the down payment on an automobile. While the dealership does not extend the mickey directly, it works with a separate financial institution to ensure that the customer receives it.
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She took the mickey out of the American Express TV adverts with the words: "That'll do nicely sir - and would you like to feel my t**s as well?
He even took the mickey out of a Liverpudlian in the crowd who asked him to play new tracks.
GOAL ace Robbie Fowler took the mickey out of four girl soccer fans during a booze-up after Liverpool's sizzling win over Newcastle.
Particularly when he took the mickey out of himself by inhaling a helium-filled balloon to see if it was possible to make his voice sound even higher.
The Gers legend's reaction was in contrast to another Old Firm hero, Neil Lennon, who took the mickey out of a streaker at a Celtic v Aberdeen match in February.