To do something in a fast manner - as quicks a lambs tail shakes...twice
I'll be there in two shakes of a lamb's tail...
by LimeyGeeza August 31, 2003

11 Words Related to two shakes of a lamb's tail

a short length of time
I'll be back from the store in two shakes of a lamb's tail.
by Anonymous August 31, 2003
very quickly, as soon as possible

popularized by Uma Thurman in the movie Pulp Fiction
Just make yourself a drink Vincent and i'll be down in two shakes of a lamb's tail.
by Anonymous September 01, 2003
Soon. Originally from areas in Yorkshire and Wales. Spread throughout the Southern Hemisphere in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, mostly in parts of Australia and the whole of New Zealand.
Kiwi #1, "Hey bru, have you finished with that beautiful young sheep? Is it my turn yet?"
Kiwi #2, "Yeah cuz, just gimme two shakes of a lamb's tail to clean myself up here. Primo Flossy."
by The Strut September 29, 2004
Colloquial phrase representing an undefined short time period
I'll be there in two shakes of a lamb's tail
by David Arnott September 01, 2003
1. a slang phrase meaning a short period of time.
2. all that it takes to get some people to mount a sheep.
1. "i'll have that coffee out in two shakes of a lamb's tail!"
2. " did you see that! i think it likes me!"
by vulveeta September 01, 2003
To do something as soon as possible.
Person1: "Can I have a cheese burguer with fries?"
Person2: "Sure, I'll get it in two shakes of a lamb's tail"

Person1: "Get your ass over here!!"
Person2: "I'll be there in less than two shakes of a lamb's tail boss."
by TheOhJeez November 02, 2009

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