do one

Do one!

Get out of here; go away; get lost. Chiefly Liverpool and Lancashire slang. Primarily heard in UK. I'm sick of your prattle. Do one, mate, and leave me alone!

do one

Also see do someone.
See also: one

do one

escape by running away; make off. British informal
The expression seems to have originated in the Liverpool area, perhaps as a condensed form of do a runner (see runner).
See also: one
References in classic literature ?
Yes, we often said that one man should do one thing only.
Then to do one's own business in a certain way may be assumed to be justice.
It''s not the first time, nor will it be the last, that this shifty lot do one thing in Brussels and talk a different talk over here.
He'd never been too impressed with my skating, until he witnessed me do one first hand.
So here's the dilemma: You can do one or the other, but you can't do both.