On the way to an offsite work location months ago, we pulled up along side a pretty trashy car filled with pretty trash people. Our coworker said,"Somebody should drop a dog on that car". Meaning get the cops in and get it done. This phrase is nonsexual in nature since we use it at work to communicate on the line staff level without client or supervisor involvement.
I ask someone to drop a dog on it on something meaning they know what I'm asking them to do and they will do it. Or, if they say," dropping a dog", they have done the thing(whatever it may be). Also, if they say," drop a double D ]" means the same thing. They took care of it.
Example: If I say,"drop a dog on it" they know I mean it and it is important. It will take priority.
by tweetlebon June 21, 2009

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