get (one's) rocks off

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get (one's) rocks off

1. vulgar slang To reach orgasm, especially through sexual intercourse. Usually said of a man. He has a reputation of being a tom cat just looking to get his rocks off. I don't want a serious relationship, just a guy I can get my rocks off with every now and then.
2. vulgar slang By extension, to find great enjoyment from something. There are a lot of online trolls who get their rocks off on insulting or annoying other users. The movie was OK, but it didn't get my rocks off.
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get one's rocks off

 (on something)
1. Sl. [for a male] to ejaculate. (Considered coarse.) Boys normally don't talk about getting their rocks off.
2. Sl. to enjoy something. (Fixed order.) I really get my rocks off on heavy metal. I've listened to the stuff, but I sure don't get my rocks off on it.
See also: get, off, rock

get your rocks off

INFORMAL, RUDE
1. If someone gets their rocks off doing something, they get a lot of pleasure from it, usually while harming someone else. He gets his rocks off making life difficult for other people.
2. If a man gets his rocks off, he has sex. The poor guy didn't even manage to get his rocks off at the Yam festival, where women pursue the men.
See also: get, off, rock

get your rocks off

1 have an orgasm. 2 obtain pleasure or satisfaction. vulgar slang
See also: get, off, rock
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