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get outside (of) (something)

To fully and heartily consume food or a beverage. I'd love to get outside of a fat, juicy steak right about now. I can't wait to finish work and get outside a few pints.
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He's real dangerous when he gets outside, and he looks like he wants to get outside almost all the time.
I felt like a prisoner, never sure when or if I'd be able to get outside that day,'' she said Saturday, watching a group of kids from the Church at Rocky Peak in Chatsworth wash cars.
In the end, what is most important is that children continue to enjoy outdoor activities and get outside during the summer.
Continuing to encourage more people to get outside and protect their public lands, Merrell (http://www.
The advertising campaign features six unique creative executions and will be placed in an increased number of print and digital outlets, up from 2010, to promote the Merrell brand mantra - "Let's Get Outside.
June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The North Face today challenged people across the country to get outside, and take someone with them.