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Go fly a kite


Request to stop being a bother. Severe command to leave. Mean-spirited request to go away. (Compare to Back off ,Pound Sand, Drop dead, Get lost, Go play in the traffic, Buzz off or Go jump in a lake.)

“When the salesman asked me for the fifth time, if we wanted to buy the junk of a car, I toldĀ  him to go fly a kite and leave us alone.”

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