Shortened form of Go ahead.
Orig. Scouse (Liverpool uk)

1. Provocative term, seemingly goading the recipient toward physical conflict. Although often used to avoid conflict through a display of contempt regarding their threat.

2. Prompting recipient, with a degree of urgency, to carry out an indicated action.
"go ed la.... see what happens"
by Prof. L. Inguista September 11, 2006
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