Is the phrase used mainly in south florida to describe the sexual appeal of a person, "you can get it" is meant in the sense that the person (who can get it) is sexually appealing enough to the person making the statement, that at any point in time, the person can get "it" meaning sex.
"Hey wussup Maria?"

"Hey Dre, whats up?"
"I just thought I'd let you know.....YOU CAN GET IT!!!!!"
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A phrase used a a warning towards a 3rd party in a confrontation whom you may/or may not have issues with that if they keep on doing/saying certain things, a fight can ensure.
Chanel: “And you, Punkie Brewster, come get your client before you don’t have any hair to work with and for the record: you can get it too
by ajcub225 July 27, 2019
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That would be pleasant to do. That would be fun (sometimes with sexual overtones)
He took them to the beach and got paid for it. Nice work if you can get it. What are you waiting for.
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A stupid phrase I came up with meaning "Why be healthy when you can be fat as fuck?"
P1: Hey, how's your diet change been going?
P2: I stopped.
P1: What?! Why?! You're gonna get diabetes man!
P2: Why exercise when you can get extra sides?
P1: ...
by A Simple Idiot Was Taken February 19, 2022
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"do you want to get on?", is a term drug dealers ask to know want to buy drugs.

most times if a drug dealer has not seen you i a while or do not know you, they will ask, "can you get on?", first to see where your at and gauge your resonance so that now the cycle of drug addiction may continue)
junkie "man (friend) i haven't seen you in twenty years!"
drug dealer "hey, man, can you get on?"
junkie "i just walked past two dealers a minute ago, before i seen you!"
drug dealer "yeh, so do you want to get on?"
junkie "nah mate!, i'm clean!"
drug dealer "what's your phone number?"
junkie "yeh it's ** **** ****, what can you get?"
drug dealer "anything!"
by cleanmachine November 17, 2010
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Standard blues song popularized by B.B. King. Has the following verse in it that everybody knows. (Anybody who has been listening to blues and knows their Mojo from their Baby, also please note that the song was performed most frequently in the 50s, when a 10 dollar dinner was pretty expensive)

"I gave you a brand new ford, you said 'I want a Cadillac.'
I bought you a ten dollar dinner, you said 'thanks for the snack'
I let you live in my penhouse, you said it was just a shack.
I gave you seven children, and now you wanna give 'em back! Oh how blue can you get?"
"How Blue can you Get" is perhaps B.B. Kings best work.
by Matt April 26, 2005
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