Get outa my house

an expression that can be used in many different ways:
1. yelling at someone to leave your residence
2. when you don’t believe someone
3. when you are mad at someone
4. to show dominance
5. just anywhere
1. bob, get outa my house! right now!
2. for reals? no.. get outa my house
3. f–k you! get outa my house
4. awww, you just got wrecked! now, get outa my house!
5. bob: “sup man?”
antonio: “get outa my house!”

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