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kibbitz

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kibitz

  • unwanted advice. when a person is talking too much and wouldnt want to hear no more. then you should say "I don't wanna hear no more kibitz."

    Last edited on Jan 04 2003. Submitted by Charlene from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia on Jan 04 2003.

  • to chat.

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

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Kicc Roccz

expression

  • Meaning one should leave or exit the premisses or area. Compare to: Vamoose, Shake Da Spot, Scatter, Bone Out, Get In Da Wind, Outtie 5000. For example : Yo if you don't have all my doe? You need to [Kick Roccz] and Shake Da Spot.

    Last edited on May 15 2019. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on May 15 2019.

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Kick a frog

expression

  • Flatulent
    Ladd walked by me, kicked a frog, and kept on walking.

    Last edited on Jul 27 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 27 2017.

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kick around

verb - intransitive

  • to be present.
    I've got a flask kicking around in here somewhere...

    Last edited on Nov 28 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Oct 03 2009.

verb - transitive

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kick ass and take names

  • To seriously do something or to confront someone in a serious manner. To explain things to people in a direct way so that there's no misunderstanding.
    To round up the bad guys, make sure they know the cops are aware that they're the perps, and get their names and other pertinent information on the record.
    Hunter: "What are you going to do? We don't have enough to arrest them."

    Dee Dee: "I'm going to kick some butt and take some names.
    I'm going to find them, scare the shit out of them, and make sure I have all the pertinent information.

    Last edited on Aug 13 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on May 14 2014.

expression

  • Comes from the TV cop series "Hunter," late 80's to early 90's. It meant I'm going out there to get the bad guys." It is commonly misunderstood as a call to violence, when it actually meant "I'M GOING TO FOLLOW PROCEDURE, BUT BARELY WITHIN THE LIMITS."

    Last edited on Aug 13 2014. Submitted by Incurable Romanticist on Aug 13 2014.

verb

  • to beat severely, or defeat severely.
    The home team is kicking ass and taking names.
    The home team has to follow the rules for cops, so they're not going to break legs, but they will scare the shit out of the opposition and bury them by the rules.

    Last edited on Aug 13 2014. Submitted by Lucy M. from Germany on Aug 20 2003.

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