To hurry up.
The phrase comes from the 1964 Disney movie, Mary Poppins.
Quotes from the movie:
"Well, don't stand there staring. Best
foot forward. Spit spot!"
"Spit spot! And off we go."
"Come along, children. Spit spot!"
"Hurry up, please. Spit spot!"
The huge mini van that is always driving really slowly infront of you when you're in a hurry. Often has semi-political/religious bumper stickers plastered to its peeling paint.
Girl: Will you hurry up I'm late for work!
Boy: I'm trying, but this vangina is taking up the whole road.
|38.||step on it|
To hurry, to accelerate.
If he didn't drive faster, we were going to be late, so I told him to step on it.
|39.||up your speed|
In other words 'up your speed' means hurry up!
Up your speed and stop taking you time!
|40.||Come On Now|
A word used by MTPs (management training programs) across the universe for a variety of reasons. 1. To let someone know that they are sweatin' you too much. 2. To let someone, or something, know to hurry up. 3. To express frustration. 4. To let people know that their taking way too long bringing the natural lights back from the white trash bbq. 5. To tell people know that it's cool to drink and drive. 6. In response to dropping a weight on someone's head. They may need stitches, but come on
1. Come on now, yous is sweatin' my s*** like crazy.
2. Come on now, yous is so slow.
3. Come on now.
4. Come on now!
5. Come on now?
The act of zipping your pants up in a hurry and accidentaly catching the tip of your penis in the teeth.
Made famous by PC Productions, an underground film group.
Trying to get out of the bathroom in a hurry, I experienced a tip-zip, it hurt like a bitch.
|42.||rattle your dags|
An old Australian expression meaning to hurry up. Has its origins in the crusted dry dags that gathered in the wool around a sheep's rear end. When dry and hardened they rattle when the sheep runs. Commonly prevented by what is called crutching or shearing the wool around the rear end of the beast.
Rattle your dags or we will be late for school.