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go piss up a rope

  • "get lost"; "get out of here"; etc.
    Well, you can just go piss up a rope!

    Last edited on Apr 03 2015. Submitted by David M. from Dallas, TX, USA on Sep 04 2002.

  • To tell someone to go piss up a rope means to tell someone to go ahead with their current course of action, but expect a negative result. My preferred variation of this phrase is "piss up a tree." Another variation of this phrase is "piss up a flagpole." Consider this: What would actually happen if you pissed up a tree? You would get it all over yourself. Your attempt would backfire, and you would be worse off for it. Therefore, if you tell someone to go piss up a tree, you are effectively saying "go ahead and do what you are doing, but it will come back on you." Alternatively, you could tell someone," You're pissing up a tree", meaning what you're doing will come back on you.

    Last edited on Apr 15 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 15 2017.

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punt

verb

  • To make a mistake or fail, esp. when playing a game.

    I totally punted that last play.

    Last edited on Feb 16 2015. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 16 2015.

  • to violently kick someone a far distance or across a large space. Somewhat like kicking an American football or rugby ball.
    The kid walking behind me while walking home was dragging his feet loudly, this made me want to punt him across the nearest park.

    Last edited on Apr 26 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 26 2017.

verb - ambitransitive

  • to delay solving a problem or implementing a feature until later.
    There's not enough time to fix this bug before we release. We'll have to punt it to the next version.
    We may have to punt fixing the baby's crib until tomorrow due to circumstances beyond our control.

    Last edited on May 12 2013. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

  • to hand off responsibility for fulfilling a work-item to another person, group, portion of a computer system, etc.
    We're not going to get that kind of low-level application compatibility support right now, so we'll have to punt to the runtime system.

    Last edited on Nov 15 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

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wishy washy

adjective

  • adjective, used for money. these hoes wishy washy.

    Last edited on Apr 26 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 26 2017.

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