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adj. To make a person make up for something done wrong or for a negative quality or just because there not on your level. (often by performing sexual favors)

adj. Making one go the extra mile for you. Often a condition for you to continue associating with that individual.
She better "kick rocks"- She needs to make up for something (perhaps for standing one up, letting somebody down et.) (often by performing sexual favors).

by ucntbme July 30, 2008
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1.
To tell someone to leave, in the same sense of 'fuck off' or 'get outta here'

the term came about for the fact that when lonely people are literally seen kicking rocks as they walk out of their boredom/depression...
Kick rocks bitch!

You said WHAT?! Motherfucka, kick rocks before I stomp yo punk ass!!
by Zero Of Da Star67 Boys April 03, 2004
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2.
get the fuck outta here right now
you need to kick rocks before I kick your ass
by raoul duke August 04, 2003
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3.
a figure of speech when angry-as in get the fuck away from me or shut the fuck up
fuck you kick rocks dumbass
by P.B.C December 25, 2005
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4.
verb; what one would do after someone were to tell them to "F@#k Off" and their only recourse would be a non-violent display of frustration.
If you do not like my answer then kick rocks.
You want me to do what.....kick rocks!

If you do not like this phrase, then kick rocks!
by Francis Manley August 07, 2006
258 186
 
5.
tellin a person to get out your face, or to leave
or you can tell them to go walk on gravle!
kick rocks bitch!
shut up bitch and kick rocks!
by Tila December 11, 2007
163 107
 
6.
kick rocks- move on , walk away, leave
" that dude is trippin, he think he can have his cake and eat it to he betta kick rocks
by shaina mack November 29, 2007
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7.
1:a phrase emplying that someone needs to find somethin' constructive to do with their time
2:a negative or rude manner to tell someone to leave you alone
You need to stop callin my pipe. Kick rocks!
by Home Team August 10, 2006
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