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a nicer, more polite way of telling someone to gtfo and get lost-in combination and at the same time
Since gtfo by itself is too boorish and rude to use, and get lost doesn't cut it anymore because most people have cars, it would probably be more appropriate to use the term drive yourself away; people can drive away from a given situation faster than they can physically get lost.
by sexydimma April 25, 2014
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