shit off (third-person singular simple present shits off, present participle shitting off, simple past and past participle shat off)
- (Britain, vulgar) fuck off
1984, Lynn Davies, Pupil Power: Deviance and Gender in School, ISBN 1850000077, page 13:
- One girl was incensed at finding herself in the support unit one day because she was reported to have told a teacher to ' shit off ' when she claimed she had 'only' responded 'shut up.'
- (Australian slang, vulgar, transitive) annoy
(Can we date this quote?) (Please provide the book title or journal name):
- Old lady'd be shat off if she knew I was just around the corner.
1998, Rod McLean, Eric and Ian Get a Life, ISBN 1862543798, page 22:
- The three of them decided they would go camping at the Cotter reserve and, just to shit them off, Eric and I said we would go too.
- 2005, Christos Tsiolkas, Dead Europe, page 252,
- There was no English on it. It was all Hebrew script and I remember it shat me off that I couldn't read it.
- 2006, Tim Winton, Big World, The Turning: Stories, page 2,
- It's not hosing blood that shits me off – it's Angelus itself; I'm going nuts here.