go fly a kite

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - go fly a kite

"go fly a kite"

a rude expression used to tell someone to stop annoying you and go away;

a rude expression used as an absolute refusal


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - go fly a kite

Two roommates are talking ...

Roommate 1:  This place is such a mess. Why don't you ever clean up?

Roommate 2Go fly a kite.  I do more than my fair share of the cleaning.

Roommate 1:  Well, I disagree.  We need to talk more.

Roommate 2:  I said go away and leave me alone.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - go fly a kite

Two teens are talking at a dance ...

Male Teen:  Hello, Sally. Would you like to dance with me?

Female Teen:  I've told you twice already that I won't dance with you. Please go fly a kite.

Male Teen:  Alright already. I'll stop bothering you.

go fly a kite - Usage:


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go fly a kite - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for go fly a kite.

go fly a kite - Examples:

1)  ... news service going let us leave it alone. Murdoch et al go fly a kite and the Government should keep their fingers out.

2)  ... they object? If they do, they can go fly a kite.

3)  When Bert asked Mill to dance she told him to go fly a kite.

4)  Please go fly a kite. I haven't time to discuss sale figures this morning.

5)  ... actions and "progress" reports, GOSL should tell UNHRC to go fly a kite. No international agency should be allowed to interfere in Sri Lanka.

6)  ... who stood his ground and asked the country's president to go fly a kite when he sacked him. 

7)  ... right and what is wrong. Let the US and the EU go fly a kite and say what they want... who cares.

8)  ... casual statements, turn your backs on us and tell us to go fly a kite and not make an issue out of something that will be forgotten by the time ...

9)  Proper conceptualising can go fly a kite. However, recently, I have noticed a certain pattern in these commercials ...

10)  ... only because he did it on national television and pretty much said go fly a kite.

11)  The rest of us, apparently, can go fly a kite. Don't be so quick to judge; it is entirely possible that ...

12)  ... the US Government, and told the stockholders and debt holders to go fly a kite. That originally smelled like the takeover of an industry by a new Communist dictator ...

13)  So as far as I'm concerned, you can go fly a kite.

14)  The no for no sake folks can go fly a kite

15)  ... there is no good reason why we can't tell OPEC to go fly a kite in the very near future.

16)  ... thousands of "low end" customers kindly said, "then go fly a kite jerko", he immediately went back on his statement and cancelled the charge.

17)  ... maybe I should say communism. He and Al Gore can both go fly a kite. What ever happened to the land of the free?

18)  ... while, but it's old and sickening now. He can go fly a kite.

19)  that calls for discipline and stewardship. Those who think otherwise should go fly a kite.

20)  ... if my guy doesn't want to pay lobola, he can go fly a kite.