The point at which a person is so staggeringly clueless that they’re essentially no longer here.

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1. “Eugene seriously told me he’s not even interested in a job because within 5 years global warming will have killed most of us and turned the rest into cannibal zombies.”

2. “Yeah I heard that too. Eugene’s not from here anymore.”
by Bigfreedog July 21, 2011
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An expression meaning a large amount of something.
Derived from Trump's idea of a wall on the southern border of the US with Mexico, as someone's current location in relation to said wall would be a large distance.
Kid: I need you to fill this bag with candy from here to the wall.

Joe: Stacy gave us a giant list of things to do, I swear it was from here to the wall.

Bob: I have so much homework today man, it's from here to the wall.
by shavedpanda November 29, 2016
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1. It will not be happening anytime soon
2. It seems as if there is no end to it

Dutch expression
1. We finally left at 3pm after a stress period from here to Tokyo
2. The play was boring from here to Tokyo
by elisabeth8322 January 31, 2009
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Literally means 'I'll assume responsibility and control of this situation from this point forward.'

It's usually used in a condescending manner, with sarcasm optional. So, in reality, it means, 'You've screwed up enough/underperformed the task, so I'll assume control and responsibility so it won't become FUBAR.'
New guy at job - "Hey, I transfered the account to Mrs. Jennings like you told me to!"

Boss - "WHAT?! I told you to transfer the funds to Mr. Jennings?! I'll take it from here."
by jajais4u March 14, 2011
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1. The place is remote and the route is hard to describe

2. the problem cannot be solved.
I'll say you can't get there from here. Let's just leave it at that.
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A phrase that is stereotypically attributed to people from Maine, usually by people in the lower New England states to feel superior to our Northern neighbors (like we don't talk funny enough). It has to be said with a northern Maine accent: "there" is pronounced "they-ahh" and "here" is pronounced "hee-yahhhh." The "you" is implied and does not need to be said.
Well you can't get there from here.
by jimbolaya August 15, 2010
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