Indicating a losing or lost cause, with origins in the cooking practice of sticking a fork in meat to determine when done. Also "put a fork in me," "stick a fork in it."
“Let me explain, you're 25 now and will likely stay pretty hot for the next 5 years, but less so each year. Then the fade begins in earnest. By 35 stick a fork in you!”
by sensitivitytothings May 03, 2008
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to be finished with or tired of, your current activity or situation.
It was 1980 or 81, when I was working for a bank on Long Island, that I said this to my co-worker Bill. The office dress code back then was suit and tie. For fun, I used a plastic fork to secure my tie to my shirt. The real meaning behind this was to indicate that I was tired of the long hours on my current job, and had decided it was time to get a different one, thus Stick a fork in me, I'm done.
by DanHal June 27, 2007
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When you've been doing something for too long and you don't want to do it anymore.
I had a 10 hour shift at work today. 8 hours in I was like "Stick a fork in me. I'm done".
by KnightofNerdom December 08, 2019
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In the top 10 most awkward things to say after sex. Along with "just like momma used to do it" and "so what contraception did you use?"
Girl: How was that for you?
Boy: Stick a fork in me, I came
Girl: I feel, so, violated.
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