Same approach with a minimum of probabilities
Two people are talking for a while with out knowing each other, and then they fund out they were born in the same town or they went to the same High School.
When they become aware say: Get out of here!
by Joe November 29, 2004
a charismatic way of saying let's go back to my place to fuck.
Guy: "So I think you wanna go home with me"
Girl: "Yeah, I think I do"
Guy: "Let's get out of here"
by Johnny Zealous December 29, 2011
Famously, one of Biff Tannen's taglines in Back to the Future movies. The other ones being "Shiiiit!" and "I hate manure!"
Young Biff: All right, I'll give it a look. Now why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?

Old Biff (hitting Young Biff upside his head): It's LEAVE, you idiot! "Make like a tree and leave!" You sound like a damn fool when you're saying it wrong!
by PancakeMonster83 May 4, 2016
Biff: Now why don’t you make like a tree and get out of here?

Old Biff: *slaps Biff* It’s “Leave” you idiot. “Make like a tree and leave”. You sound like a damn fool when you say it wrong.
by KnightofNerdom May 25, 2018
Usually used when one wants someone to stay in a place but also wishes to convey how rediculous the notion of leaving is.
Person 1: Right, I have to go. I have work in the morning.

Person 2: Get out and stay here! Who cares about work?!
by Green_freak July 1, 2010