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get (one's) eat on

verb

  • to engage in cunnilingus. Note: "to get one's eat on" is different in meaning from "to get one's eats on."
    I am going to Wendy's tonight to get my eat on.

    Last edited on Jul 30 2010. Submitted by Jeff Y. from Merchantville, NJ, USA on Mar 05 2000.

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get (one's) eats on

verb - intransitive

  • to eat.
    I am going to Wendy's tonight to get my eats on.

    Last edited on Jul 28 2010. Submitted by Jeff Y. from Merchantville, NJ, USA on Mar 05 2000.

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get (one's) fade

verb

  • fight.
    Can I get my fade dude?

    Last edited on Jul 11 2011. Submitted by M. Dollaz from Palatka, FL, USA on May 20 2010.

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get (one's) feet wet

verb

  • to start learning an activity, usually by performing that activity.

    Last edited on Sep 09 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 09 2009.

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get (one's) foot in the door

verb

  • to make an initial small step towards gaining entrance to something (a job, a university, a relationship.)

    Last edited on Aug 11 2009. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2009.

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get (one's) gams going

verb

  • to move one's legs.
    These songs are sure to get your gams going.

    Last edited on Jul 29 2012. Submitted by Anonymous on May 14 2012.

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get (one's) goat

  • The Great Northern Railway (now a part of the BNSF Railroad) constructed a tunnel in the Cascades mountains in Washington in the early 1900s. The railroad set up construction camps at various locations along the line. Each camp had an adminstrative building with the Great Northern flag displayed out front. The logo for the GN railroad was the mountain goat, which was used in advertising, painted on freight and passenger cars, etc. In time, there developed competition between the camps for the best performance - most miles of track laid, bridges built, etc. From time to time, one camp would raid another and take their flag, which of course upset the camp that lost its flag with the goat logo. Thus the phrase "get my goat."
    The above explanation was sourced from the archives of the Great Northern Railway Historical Society.

    Last edited on Oct 07 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 07 2014.

verb

origin

  • "Get (one's) goat" began as American prison slang, which in turn came from an off-color joke. The joke: Men stranded on a desert island find a herd of goats. Being starved for love, they have sex with the female goats. This goes on day after day until one day a fight breaks out between two men. When asked to explain, one man points at the other and shouts angrily, "He's got my goat!" That's how the expression began.

    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Jan 05 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 04 2013.

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get (one's) grown man on

verb

  • to have sex

    Last edited on Jul 16 2006. Submitted by cinnamon from Oakland, CA, USA on Jul 16 2006.

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