English : Get Out Of The Kitchen

If you can't stand the heat, Get Out Of The Kitchen. What does this sentence mean?

By Mr. Mathu, Sri Lanka - 9th July-2007

It means if you can't handle a difficult situation, then leave.

For example:

• If the players can't handle the pressure, they should just quit the game.

• The students argued that the course was too demanding. The teachers said that if they couldn't stand the heat, they should get out of the kitchen.

• None of our players will stay out of the kitchen.

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