kiss my arse

kiss my arse

And here, I believe, the wit is generally misunderstood. In reality, it lies in desiring another to kiss your a— for having just before threatened to kick his; for I have observed very accurately, that no one ever desires you to kick that which belongs to himself, nor offers to kiss this part in another.

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  • kiss my arse — 1) British impolite used for telling someone that you will not do something they have asked you to do 2) British offensive an insulting way of saying that you do not agree with someone or respect someone …   English dictionary

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  • kiss — I UK [kɪs] / US verb Word forms kiss : present tense I/you/we/they kiss he/she/it kisses present participle kissing past tense kissed past participle kissed *** 1) [intransitive/transitive] to touch someone with your lips because you love them or …   English dictionary

  • arse — /as / (say ahs) Colloquial (taboo) –noun 1. the rump; bottom; buttocks; posterior. 2. a. the bottom, base or tail end of something. b. the seat of a pair of pants. 3. a. a despised person. b. a fool. 4. impudence: what arse! 5. one s body or …   Australian English dictionary

  • arse — I UK [ɑː(r)s] / US [ɑrs] noun [countable] Word forms arse : singular arse plural arses British impolite your bottom • move/shift your arse British impolite used for telling someone to get out of your way or to hurry cover your arse get off your… …   English dictionary

  • arse — I. n 1. British the backside, buttocks, anus. This word is not, strictly speaking, slang, but an ancient term (aers in Anglo Saxon, descended from Germanic nouns related to an Indo European ancestor meaning tail ) which, since the 17th cen tury,… …   Contemporary slang

  • kiss somebody's arse — kiss sb s ˈarse idiom (BrE) (NAmE kiss sb s ˈass, kiss ˈass) (taboo, slang) …   Useful english dictionary


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