come the acid

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come the acid

  1. (slang, obsolete) to exaggerate.
  2. (slang, dated) to make oneself unpleasant, especially by sarcasm.
    • 1970. Richard Llewellyn, None But the Lonely Heart, page 435
      Proper scrapper, old Ma. Nobody never come the acid with her.
    • 1988, Raymond Derek The Devil's Home on Leave, page 22
      'I know,' I said, 'but don't come the acid with me, friend.'

References[edit]

  • Partridge, Dictionary of Slang, 7th Ed.