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    Kicking a car

    "If the cops come sniffing around, I'll tell them I left my car in the shop. By then you'll be kicking it on the beach somewhere in Florida." Does "kicking a car" means "droping it"?

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    Re: Kicking a car

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "If the cops come sniffing around, I'll tell them I left my car in the shop. By then you'll be kicking it on the beach somewhere in Florida." Does "kicking a car" means "droping it"?
    I've never heard the expression.

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    Re: Kicking a car

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "If the cops come sniffing around, I'll tell them I left my car in the shop. By then you'll be kicking it on the beach somewhere in Florida." Does "kicking a car" means "droping it"?
    "kicking it" has nothing to do with "my car" or any car.
    Slang Definition: "kicking it"

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