a slang expression coined in the early 21st century used to express annoyance or objection to what someone else is saying. Used first by professor Myndia Biznesse when reprimanding disrespectful students in his general knowledge and philosophy class. The term is frequently spoken with an accent imitating professor Biznesse, who is of Italian decent. Sometimes, when quoting him, the word "horse" is spelled "hoasse" or "hosse", "out of" is substituted with "outta", and "your face" with "ya face". This is to further emulate Biznesse's strong accent.
Jerry, you always run your mouth because you think you're so smart. Get the horse out of your face.
by hollanatme January 27, 2010