get (one's) kicks(redirected from get someone's kicks)
get (one's) kicks
To seek out, indulge in, or enjoy something fun or pleasurable. I've never been one to get my kicks from running—I find a long, hot bath much more enjoyable.
get one's kicks (from someone or something)
Fig. Inf. to get pleasure from someone or something. Do you get your kicks from this sort of thing? I get my kicks from Billy Simpson. What a great entertainer!
get your kicksINFORMAL
If you get your kicks, you do something that gives you enjoyment and excitement. Visitors will be getting their kicks on San Bernardino's stretch of the famous American Highway. She's happy to get her kicks from modelling. They get their kicks out of seeing patients get better.
get one’s kicksverb
get one’s kicks (from someone/something)
tv. to get pleasure from someone or something. I get my kicks from Billy Simpson. What a great entertainer!