Commonly applied to people, events, and objects, but rarely locations.
It is frequently preceded by the adverb totally, and may be used with or without the terminal preposition.
Similar to rock my face off, but with a dorkier twist.
Online usage note: phrase must be accompanied by some form of caps lock.
Caesar: Napoleon Dynamite sucked... like a leech.
Cleopatra: Are you kidding me? That movie totally rocked my SOCKS off!
Having free laundry at my dorm rocks my socks off.
However, the laundry room itself is a location; ergo, it does not rock my socks. :(