You: O I asked my mom if i can go to the movies and she said no
Me:Damn you right out
by Ronneshia April 20, 2008
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Very busy. This term is used frequently and vigorously by residents of Maine, as observed by comedian Bob Marley.
"I've been right out straight tryin' to get the driveway cleared since the blizzard hit."
by gruverja May 2, 2008
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An idiom meaning "right away," similar to "right off the bat."
Mitch Holthus: TOUCHDOWN!! KAN-SAS CITY! A 106 YARD KICKOFF RETURN RIGHT OUT OF THE GATE! And it's a Houston native to do it!
by Buttered Quayle February 27, 2020
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Describes the word picture of a sprinter blasting out of the blocks at the beginning of a short distance race (e.g., 100-yard dash, 50-yard dash). Immediately; at the very beginning.
Right out of the blocks, he said we are in big trouble.
by Paul Cannongeyser December 13, 2007
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Immediately, at the beginning of any event that progresses over time (games, movies, education, concerts, etc.).
"We sat down to play blackjack and Chad got 21 'right out the rip.' It was the first hand of the night!"

"I knew the blind date was going to be a disaster 'right out the rip.' She brought her mother, her daughter, and current boyfriend with her."

"My marriage was a disaster 'right out the rip,' I never should have ordered a wife from a catalog."

"The night was off to a terrible start as I got a flat tire 'right out the rip.' I was 30 minutes late for trivia."
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