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soft mick

A non-specific military term used for emphasis. It's colder than soft mick out here today! That idea is as stupid as soft mick.
See also: mick, soft

take the mick (out of someone or something)

To tease, mock, or ridicule (someone or something); to joke or kid around (about someone or something). A variant of "take the piss (out of someone)." Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. If you are so serious-minded that you can't take the mick out of yourself every once in a while, you're going to have a hard time enjoying most of life. It really hurt Steph's feelings to know that the group had been taking the mick out of her that whole time. Brian was a bit of a troublesome student and tended to take the mick whenever class began.
See also: mick, of, someone, take

take the mickey (out of someone or something)

To tease, mock, or ridicule (someone or something); to joke or kid around (about someone or something). A variant of "take the piss (out of someone)." Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. If you are so serious-minded that you can't take the mickey out of yourself every once in a while, you're going to have a hard time enjoying most of life. It really hurt Steph's feelings to know that the group had been taking the mickey out of her that whole time. Brian was a bit of a troublesome student and tended to take the mickey whenever class began.
See also: mickey, of, someone, take

take the ˈmickey/ˈmick (out of somebody/something)

(British English, informal) make fun of somebody/something: Are you taking the mickey?People are always trying to take the mickey out of him because of his funny accent.
See also: mick, mickey, take

take the mickey out of

Chiefly British
To tease or mock (someone).
See also: mickey, of, out, take
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com)-- Mick Art Productions, LLC has published Journal of an Outlaw by Mick McArt, which is the author's most recent book to date.
Mick Art Procutions, LLC has published Journal of an Outlaw by Mick McArt, which is the author's most recent book to date.
Mick McArt is the author of the "Journal of an Outlaw" comedy fantasy book.
Besides his day job, Mick is currently running his own publishing company, Mick Art Productions Publishing, where he can help struggling independent authors get their books to market.
A statement on the page reads: "We learned the terrible news that Mick has had a serious accident at work.
We are extremely lucky to be able to start this page today so that Mick and Caroline's very wide circle of friends and family can help to make sure Mick gets the treatment he needs and can focus on getting better without having to worry about his family.
This is our call to all of you, to allow Caroline and the children to worry about the important thing here, which is to get Mick back to 100 per cent.