stick it


Also found in: Wikipedia.

stick it

1. Continue what one is doing, endure something to the end, as in I hate large parties but I promised her I'd stick it to the end. [Early 1900s] Also see stick out, def. 2.
2. Also, stick it or shove it up one's ass . Do whatever you like with it, I don't want it, as in Do that job all over again? Why don't you stick it?, or Tell the chef he can take this fish and shove it up his ass. This vulgar slangy idiom, which uses stick in the sense of "thrust inward or upward," also functions as a variant of up yours. [Second half of 1800s]
See also: stick
References in periodicals archive ?
Since I thought I was relatively up on soccer already, I'm amazed at how much I'm learning by watching this World Cup, such as the part about how a would-be goal-scorer cannot merely knock the ball over the line or slide it inside a post but must Stick It In the Back of the Net.
I used to think Stick It In the Back of the Net was a cliche trotted out for drama and emphasis.
Sony has always bragged that MemoryStick is the size of a stick of chewing gum, but tell me, if I get a Thumbdrive, should I stick it in my mouth?