1. Term meaning to stop or wanting to leave an area to stop witnessing what was going on 2. Refusal to a claim.
Definition One
1: (Person mixes food together to create weird substance)
2: Girl, get me out. That is disgusting.

Definition Two
1: Look at how hot he looks!
2: Get me out! He is not even near cute.
by Soongii June 16, 2017
Cynical television programming, whereby producers starve a disparate bunch of people in a jungle & subject the to torture (for the publics "entertainment").

Instead of criminals they victimise people who used to be on the telly, and who need a career boost. To that end the phrase should really be - I'm a celebrity WHEN I get out of here (for 5 minutes).
Ohh great another series of I'm a celebrity get me out of here - no point even switching on the TV until after Christmas

Ooohhh look, breakfast television is dragging out I'm a celebrity..... every morning, again!
by lucid_entity November 23, 2004
A phrase that should be used when you want to tell someone to stop talking, or trying to talk to you. Just as one would say “slide into my dm’s” quite romantically or sexually suggestive, telling someone to get out would imply repulsion or annoyance toward that person/s. This may be used in real life situations as well as online (e.g. ig twitter etc.)
Boy: “so wyd babes”

Y/n: “uhm nothing much”
Boy: “hahah coool
Y/n: “okay time to get out me dm’s mate
by Yhyh April 30, 2019
A song by rock band Panic! at the Disco. It is awesome and I could listen to it all day?

It was used in the Smurfs movie for some reason.
Guy 1: Hey have you heard the song Ready To Go (get me out of my mind).
Guy 2: Yes it is awesome
Guy 1: Woooo
by Dat256Guy March 29, 2019