go\ sit\ on\ a\ tack

v slang
Shut up and go away; stop bothering. - Usually used as a command and considered rude.

Henry told Bill to go sit on a tack.

Compare: go jump in the lake

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  • go sit on a tack — {v.}, {slang} Shut up and go away; stop bothering. Usually used as a command and considered rude. * /Henry told Bill to go sit on a tack./ Compare: GO JUMP IN THE LAKE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • tack — See: GET DOWN TO BRASS TACKS, GO SIT ON A TACK, SHARP AS A TACK …   Dictionary of American idioms

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