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    shit out

    Hello.

    I have one question about how to use "shit out".
    If you use "shit" as verb with "out", does it mean the same as "scare" or "surprise" ?

    So, "to shit out me" means, "to scare the shit out of me"?

    Please help me!


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    Re: shit out

    It is not a word to use in polite or formal communication.

    It is not a verb, but a noun phrase.

    "He beat the shit out of me" = he battered me.

    "It scared the shit out of me" = I was really, really frightened.

    "I was shit scared of him" = he really frightened me.

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