lose your lunch

lose (one's) lunch

slang To vomit. I felt like I was going to lose my lunch from seasickness out on that boat.
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lose your lunch

vomit. informal euphemistic
2005 Sunday Times In March, Insanity—the Ride opened at the Stratosphere Hotel, offering a memorable way to lose your lunch. At a height of 906 ft, the ride uses centrifugal force to fling passengers 64 ft out over Sin City.
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Prepare to laugh, gasp - and perhaps lose your lunch.
And, sometimes, it just makes you want to lose your lunch. Nervousness, you know.
A poem to make you lose your lunch, Tie your intestines in a bunch.
"If you knew how meat was made, you'd lose your lunch," lang said in the ad, in which she hugs a cow named Lulu.
But you won't lose your lunch. The tone lightens-up and there are a lot of good jokes in a mix of every slasher flick from here to Elm Street.
The doctors, nurses, support groups, and social workers grab you and hang on while you rage, lose your lunch, and try on wigs.
Lest you lose your lunch, we won't go into this fascinating subject in detail.
Fans may lap up his latest but it sure ain't his finest hour, with Murray coasting on his usual deadpan drollery and a final act schmaltzy enough to make you lose your lunch.
IF YOU make the mistake of watching the latest Korean exercise in ultra-violence on a full stomach, prepare to lose your lunch.
Still, you'll need a pretty strong stomach to survive some very graphic violence which, despite driving the story forwards, may make you lose your lunch.
Next, you've got the roller coaster rides, such as the Stampida and El Diablo, guaranteed to get your bones rattling without causing you to lose your lunch.
The movie, shot at weekends over four years, is an agreeably silly bloodbath that moves along at a relentless pace and has as many laughs as moments when you may lose your lunch.
Fans may lap up his latest but it sure ain't his finest hour, with Murray coasting on his usual deadpan drollery and a final act schmaltzy enough to make you lose your lunch. Our man is down-on-his-luck Vincent who sees a way to make a few bucks babysitting the 12-year-old son of his new neighbour (Melissa McCarthy).
Still, you'll need a strong stomach to survive some very graphic violence which, despite driving the story forwards, may make you lose your lunch.
Quite likely to make you lose your lunch. ISLAND Cert 15, 101mins ...