¿Otras formas de decir ‘¡Cállate!’? {participa}

Abrimos nuestra querida sección Urban Dictionary a la participación de nuestros queridísimos lectores. Así que buscamos, ¿qué otras formas hay de decir en nuestro querido universo trilingüe ‘¡cállate!’? Se acepta todo, en castellano, catalán e inglés ¡sin censura!

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