get out more

get out more

To expose oneself to a broader variety of viewpoints or social activities, typically by literally leaving one's home. If a crossword puzzle is your idea of a wild Saturday night, then you really need to get out more.
See also: get, more, out

get out more

used to suggest that someone is naive, or narrow-minded, or has too little experience of the world. informal
2001 The Register ‘It's a war game. It's fun. It's better than sex.’ No lads, it's not—and you really, really need to get out more.
See also: get, more, out