My favorite T-shirt was given to me by my hunting and fishing buddy Paul Garrison of Mount Olive. Written across the front is: "Young'uns Ain't I Been Mommicked!"
That never ceases to bring questions from passers-by. "What does 'mommicked' mean?" everyone under 50 wants to know.
That's interesting because when the oldtimers among us who grew up in eastern North Carolina, it was a common expression. Mommicked, of course, was a colloquial term for abused or mistreated. Like: "Don't mommick up that kitten."