a phrase indicting 'free' movement of something, even if only temporary/brief. state of time/space where one encounters no barriers/'controlling factors' of any kind.

i really like the way 'let' sounds, as though one were going to 'let' some water out of a spigot! -sounds kind of like british english usage! (how can you not love that!! it sure sets ME 'ALIGHT'!!)
this chronic fucking let me off, i was circling venus!

that bitch let me off! i was 'free' for several seconds!

they let me off work!, -now, time to CRACK SOMEONES' CROTCH!!
by michael foolsley July 9, 2011
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You use this phrase when someone repeats a story over and over or if a person is just spouting bull shit. Instead of saying "You're full of it.", you can say (in a sarcastic tone) "Well....stop the world and let me off".

It's also an appropriate response to a big surprise.
"Did you hear the news? Sally is pregnant!"

"After all these years!? Well, stop the world and let me off!"
by Weird Gonzo July 23, 2022
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