- 3 Post By Vidor
- 1 Post By freezeframe
get out of the town
"Get out of the town"
why don't I find the above sentence in any books of idiom, is it an idiom?
Re: get out of the town
Not that I know. You could say Get out of town to tell someone to leave a place.
not a teacher
Or to express incredulity, usually of a positive nature.
"I made a million dollars in the stock market last year."
"Really? Get out of town!"
Re: not a teacher
You can also say "Get out!"
Originally Posted by Vidor
It was a running gag on Seinfeld
YouTube - GET OUT!!
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