Top Definition
Used to tell somebody to "get their head out of their ass" when the situation is such that it is not appropriate to actually say the phrase.
Boss to employee: Hey Tom, pull your ears, the copier isn't even turned on.

Husband to wife at family reunion: Honey, pull your ears you left the casserole at home.

Two people whispering in church: The preacher needs to pull his ears. Jesus wasn't married to Eve.
by a_brief_expert October 25, 2006
5 Words related to pull your ears
To ask for someone's attention
salesman: may I pull your ear for a minute miss?
Girl: Sure, how can I help you
by NOWnLATER May 07, 2015

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