Origin - A famous song-writer, Cole Porter, made this 20th Century American saying popular in his 1934 song, " I Get a Kick Out of You." In this expression, 'kick' has to do with a thrill, not striking something with your feet.
Kick at the cat is a figure of speech. Comparing Cat lives like cats have 9 lives or their ability to always save their life compared to fragile humans. Kick represents how easy it is to kick the bucket or die. Used in an expression "This is our only kick at the cat". "This is our one and only chance"
It is an expression that comes from my coworker.
"Kick it means" means "hang out" or come and spend time with. Kick it with Jesus means be with Jesus.
The origin of the expression is obscure. It means "ruined everything".
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The 1970s is the origin of "in your face", most likely first coming from sports.
This is a rude expression. Whe dogs have sex and the male cannot remove his penis,they are knotted-hence the expression " getknotted"
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It's possible this is a regional expression, but I never heard it. I would say "kick them out" or "send them back."AnswerYou would say, "kick it back" to whoever it came from. The idiom "kick back" means either to do less (like Kick back on the couch over the weekend) or to return something to where it came from.
The origin of the expression "the natives are restless" goes back to the 1933 film Island of Lost Souls. The saying is offered by Dr. Moreau when his human and beast creatures become agitated.
Originated with Harley Davidson rides - refers to kick starting the bike, or 'hog'. Turned into 'Let's kick this pig' to denote getting things started
Daffy duck said it in a bugs bunny cartoon
It is a French culinary expression.
verb meaning "kick" is Amer.Eng. 1877
It is called a sidekick because it is a person by your side that you can kick back with
An old expression dating back to the depression era. "To kick the tires' to see if the tires were holding air, to inspect a vehicle prior to purchase.
The full phrase is Hell's bells and buckets of blood. A very old naval expression, origin unknown
It refers to when a person wants to commit suicide, they stand on a bucket with a rope around their neck, and then kick the bucket out from underneath their feet.
It is a contraction of the 16th Century phrase, 'God be with ye.'
Origin: This is a modern African-American expression that is similar to "bug someone." To mess is to butt into other people's business.
The expression is 'where are you from', and the possible synonyms include origin, birthplace, hometown, motherland, and native land.
It's originally a Latin expression, cum grano salis.
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