1. The most famous way that celebrities used to get creamed on Rowan's & Martin's Laugh-In.
2. A really stupid thing to say (especially when Richard Nixon says it).
3. When Joe gets into a street fight with his trombone.
Terwilliger kicked some brass into the next zip code.
Let me have it! Do your worst! Rock my world! Used on a Nixon-era TV comedy show starring Rowan & Martin.
Sock it to me!
(A pail full of water hits the speaker's face.)
Expression from the late 1960s until the early 1970s. Literally means "give it to me," but generally had a underlying sexual connotation. Could also mean just give me your best.
would say "Sock it to me, " on the TV show Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in,
while wearing a flowered bikini. The Isely Brothers
sang, "I can't tell you who to sock it to." A person could say, "I have an idea," and the response would be.."OK. Sock it to me."
Richard Nixon's campaign slogan for the 1972 presedential election.
Nixon Ford '72
Sock It To Me
In James Farrell's book, 'Studs Lonigan', this term refers to a couple rubbing each other's bodies together while dancing. Other meanings may have evolved.
"She really knew how to sock it to me when we danced the Dirty Boogie"
(v) meaning the action of socking ones face with thy fist or other object in a forceful manner.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me,
R-E-S-P-E-C-T take care of TCB, (sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me, etc).