Go Fly A Kite




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Go Fly A Kite : Phrases



Meaning:

Go away; leave; stop bothering me.


Example:

Joe's wife tried interrupting his fav pasttime - updating groaners at this site, so he told her (very diplomatically) to go fly a kite.


Origin:

Imagine you’re trying to do some serious browsing @ this site, and someone is really annoying you. There are a lot of expressions that you could shout at him/her that are similar to
Go fly a kite!: Go jump in a lake!, Go climb a tree!, Go fry an egg! You’re telling the other person that they are a pest, and you’re commanding them to go away and do something else. Flying a kite is an activity that should keep them busy for a while so that you can get your work done.





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