no longer in surroundings that are quiet and comfortable (a quote of Dorothy's line in the 1939 Wizard of Oz Film)
I hate to say it but we are not in Kansas anymore.
by The Return of Light Joker April 14, 2011
When you're in a place or situation that is outside your comfort zone or scope of understanding. Strange surroundings.
Man #1: Where are we? Everybody's dressed like a bunch of freaks!

Man #2: We're not in Kansas anymore!
by JeremiahBullfrog December 2, 2008
That's what Dorothy said. To a witch-biting dog. When she was not in Kansas anymore. Just after riding a tornado.
Dorothy: Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.
by youarenotoldenough July 8, 2012
An interjection to a slip in catching on to a change or new stance, resulting in acting on according to the discontinued way.
Well, I brought in an analog TV instead of a digital one. Oops. We're not in Kansas anymore. My bad!
by Milt Alwin February 22, 2009