"Get Off My Lawn", but can also mean
"Get on my level."
Get Off My Lawn was coined in 2008
Eastwood, regardless of what you think or have read. His character "Walt" uses it to warn a bunch of Hmong kids to gtfo
his lawn. It is said that the actors
themselves in each take of this
Get on My Level is used primarily as a form of trash
talk, more commonly in online gaming. The user tells the recipent that
he is basically not worth his/her time, and is lower than semen dispersed
from a used anus, so he/she must "get on his/her level."