a very firm, concise and unambiguous way of dismissing someone, namely used in a social context and not suitable for the office. retains a slightly friendlier tone than the sharper variant “f*ck off”, the latter of which should be used in scenarios where the conveyance of anger is key.
“please wash the dishes”
“you can f*ck right off”.
notice the subject matter here is most likely to be exchanged between persons with a preexisting relationship. if the offending party was a stranger, “f*ck off” might be used instead.
depression couldn’t go outside today. i have sadbrains
someone who is nasty and enjoys the male body part that cobbelbobber was real busy last night.
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