Kick up your heels - to celebrate, or have a wonderful time, esp. after a long period of work or seclusion. For example, "When the ship docked after a three month deployment, the sailors kicked up their heals at a local pub."
Probable Origin -- When released from a stall or barn into an open paddock or field, a horse will often gallop around the pasture, occasionally bucking and kicking its hind legs into the air.
To get a kick means to enjoy - it's an older slang term from the idea of kicking up your heels with joy.
"To kick up your heels!" is to celebrate. Get up and do something.
To "kick up your heels" means to enjoy yourself, have a good time, party on, etc.
The cast of Kick Up Your Heels - 2013 includes: Taylor Beck as Instructor Jacinta Landon as Instructor Samantha Schnitzler as Instructor
A "kick" is slang for enjoying something, as if you were so happy you kicked up your heels with joy.
You mean to go foward? Kick gently with your heels or squeeze gently with your calves.
to come up with new ideas
sit down come over to
I'd say that's more of a true statement rather than an idiom. Prices never DO come down - they always go up.
They kick up their heels and buck and shake their head at their playmate; they love to butt heads with each other and lock horns.
Kick up your Heels was the Wheel of Fortune Bonus Puzzle for June 15 2012
from the power you build up in your leg
It means to act frisky, like a young deer or other long-legged animal, especially while dancing.
cavort, frolic, horse around, caper, prance, play, gambol, leap about, let off steam, bound about, kick up your heels
Depends on her heels. If she was wearing 10 inch heels she would be 7 foot 2, and a 5'6" man would probably come up a little bit over the bum.
kick it up the ass and then kiss it better it will come back to life probebly
to be up to date is really not a idiom it means to be of the latest model or technology or to use a better word up to date
yes you keep your toes up & heels down yes you keep your toes up & heels down
An idiom that means surrender is to "wave the white flag." A closely related idiom is to "throw in the towel" which means to give up."
I ride dressage but i just try and pretend that i have weights attatched to them. I alao get someone to watch and yell at me if they come up. I also used to stang on the edge of things and stretch my heels down to make my heels do it easier. I hope i helped!!
to laugh is 'rire' in French,and the idiom 'to laugh up is sleeve' is 'rire sous cape'.
There is; A goal kick Drop Kick Grubber kick torpedo kick Up and Under Cross field kick
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It means things are trustworthy.
Falcon kick, I suppose. I made that up, because a punch to the vagina is called a falcon punch. So if I had to use similar slag, falcon kick would do. On the other hand, I am sure that you could come up with something more interesting as a slang name.