-- It were in February - second week in February.
-- February your grandmother!
This is from "1984". It's probably a realistic dialogue from the times when book was written, but do Brits still say it? Is there a specific group of the British (children, the youth, football players, angry people, Northern Englishmen, I don't know) who uses this expression?
If not, is there a modern equivalent? Are there any equivalents of this expression? I know in America teenagers say "your mum" (or rather "your mom"), but I'm interested in the British version.