haul ass (out of something or some place)(redirected from haul your asses)
rude slang To move quickly. Come on, let's go! We need to haul ass if we're going to get there on time.
haul ass (out of something or some place)
1. rude slang To travel or depart from some place very quickly or hurriedly. A possessive pronoun can be used between "haul" and "ass." We'd better haul ass if we're going to get to the airport on time! When we saw the silhouette of a creepy old woman at the top of the stairs, we hauled ass out of that spooky old as fast as we could.
2. rude slang To leave or get out of something or some place very lazily or reluctantly. A possessive pronoun is used between "haul" and "ass." There's not much that would make me haul my ass out of bed at five in the morning.
haul ˈass(American English, taboo, slang) travel or move quickly: I had just forty-eight hours to haul ass across the country.
haul ass out of somewhereverb
haul assVulgar Slang
To move quickly: We'll be late if you don't haul ass.