kill it with fire

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kill it with fire

  1. (Internet slang) Used to express fear, disgust, or strong objection in reaction to something.
    • 2005, Anna Clare, Make You a Man, Black Lace (2005), ISBN 0352340061, page 14:
      'Look at this! IS GAY THE NEW STRAIGHT? Jesus – she's like a one woman crap factory. Kill it! Kill it with fire!'
    • 2008 19 August, not some random chick [username], “AMC - Fall Preview from SOD”, rec.arts.tv.soaps.abc, Usenet:
      Ugh, Jack and Erica? Kill it. Kill it with fire.
    • 2010 5 November, Rozi, “Re: Mort the Walt Disney cartoon”, alt.fan.pratchett, Usenet:
      It'd have the Jonas brothers in though (Ponyo did, but it wasn't too bad). Or Miley Cirus *shudder* as Tiffany (KILL IT WITH FIRE!).
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:kill it with fire.

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