go fly a kite

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go fly a kite

To go away and leave one alone because what is being done or said is very irritating. Often used as an imperative. A: "The experiment might work better if you actually knew what you were supposed to be mixing together." B: "You know what, Jenny? Why don't you go fly a kite?"
See also: fly, kite

go fly a kite

Also, go chase yourself or climb a tree or jump in the lake or sit on a tack or soak your head . Go away and stop bothering me, as in Quit it, go fly a kite, or Go jump in the lake. All of these somewhat impolite colloquial imperatives date from the first half of the 1900s and use go as described under go and.
See also: fly, kite

Go fly a kite!

verb
See also: fly

go fly a kite

Get lost! Kite flying is an activity that is done far less now than in previous centuries. Accordingly, “go fly a kite!” is heard far less than “get lost!” “take a hike!” and “get your ass out of here!” (or something stronger).
See also: fly, kite
References in classic literature ?
Now, never before had Tarzan seen a lion climb a tree, yet, for some unaccountable reason, he was not greatly surprised that this particular lion should do so.
That a stomach, disordered by decayed elephant flesh, a lion roaring in the jungle, a picture-book, and sleep could have so truly portrayed all the clear-cut details of what he had seemingly experienced was quite beyond his knowledge; yet he knew that Numa could not climb a tree, he knew that there existed in the jungle no such bird as he had seen, and he knew, too, that he could not have fallen a tiny fraction of the distance he had hurtled downward, and lived.
It was all very strange, yet he knew that he never had seen Numa climb a tree, or Histah with the head and belly of an old black man whom Tarzan already had slain.
He was praying--raising his voice in thanksgiving at our deliverance--and had just completed a sort of paeon of gratitude that the thing couldn't climb a tree when without warning it reared up beneath him on its enormous tail and hind feet, and reached those fearfully armed paws quite to the branch upon which he crouched.
00) you no longer have to climb a tree carrying your stand.
This inspired the trust to source the nation's best place to climb a tree, and we're delighted that Wallington's Nootka tree has been chosen.
If you're climbing unsupervised, do not climb a tree that shows any signs of wear or weakness.
We couldn't walk upright and climb a tree like a chimpanzee.
The result was a stand that was comfortable to sit in for long periods of time and a stand that could be used to climb a tree quickly and easily that was quiet and sturdy.
You can disappear when you climb a tree, and watch the world go by.
YOU'LL FIND MANY WAYS TO CLIMB THE LADDER OF SUCCESS, BUT THERE'S ONLY ONE SAFE WAY TO CLIMB A TREE OR A TELEPHONE POLE.
At this point I should make something very clear about climbing trees: When you climb a tree you don't just climb up it, you're going to want to climb clear up to the top because it's hard to check out the whole view with a bunch of branches and leaves in the way.
Were you aware that it's illegal to climb a tree on city property?