slang expression: get off my back; leave me alone; go away
"Is that project that's due tomorrow finished yet?"
"I'm working on it now, get off my lawn."
A tagline added to posts that reveal the author's age, which is higher than he/she would otherwise care to admit. It plays on the cliché of the elderly yelling at kids who trespass on their lawns.
"You've got it easy with broadband. When I got my first AOL
account, I had a 14.4K modem that I paid $150 for. Now get off my lawn! :-)"
(1)-Interjection- For an old person to yell, bicker, and bitch at you to get off his piss-yellow lawn.
"Hey you rascals! Get the fuck off my lawn!!!"
The way a grumpy old man greets small children playing soccer while he's sitting in a rocking chair.
Children: Sir? Can we have our ball back?
Grumpy old man: GET OFF MY LAWN!!!11ONEONE!!1!!!!1
Get out of my space, Get Out of my bubble. To ask a person not to crowd you or to move from a place you were sitting or at prior to the persons encroachment. Get Off My Lawn Means Move Away!!
A person is in your seat "Hey Get Off My Lawn" A person is too close in a conversation "Dude Get off My Lawn"
saying refering for someone to get out of your business
man: so katie dumped you for man #3 because you didn't give her enough love?
man #2 yo bitch get off my lawn!
also see hillbilly
something that i said that made my teacher laugh so hard in social studies that milk came outta his nose
GET off my lawn bitch!!!!!!!!1