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    You want a piece of me?

    What does it actually mean when someone gets pissed off and says : " you want a piece of me?". I have come across this phrase many a times in the Hollywood movies.

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    Re: You want a piece of me?

    It means, "Do you want to fight?"

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    Re: You want a piece of me?

    Another form is 'Do you want to make something of it.' (It's a bit more aggressive than 'Got a problem with that?', and a bit less aggressive than 'Let's take this outside.')

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