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I'm out of here

slang I'm leaving. "Out of" is commonly shortened colloquially as "outta." I don't have to listen to this criticism—I'm outta here! OK, well, the train comes in five minutes, so I'm out of here.
See also: here, of, out

I'm outie

slang I'm leaving. That's it, I'm not waiting any longer—I'm outie! No way, this is too gross for me! I'm outie.
See also: outie

outie

1. A navel (bellybutton) that protrudes outward. They said my outie should disappear by the time I turned five, but I've still got it nearly 20 years later.
2. slang Out of here; leaving. That's it, I'm not waiting any longer—I'm outie! No way, this is too gross for me! I'm outie.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

I'm out of here.

 and I'm outa here.
Inf. I am leaving this minute. In three minutes I'm outa here. I'm out of here. Bye.
See also: here, of, out
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

I’m out of here

and I’m outa here and I’m outie
sent. I am leaving this minute. In three minutes I’m outa here.
See also: here, of, out

I’m outie

verb
See also: outie
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Most people have "innies" and only about 10 per cent of the population has "outies." But neither button style has any effect on health.
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They include the West Indies' expression force ripe (someone with growing up to do) and the South African outie (a homeless person).
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There's also a selection of English words coined abroad like the South African "outie" for a homeless person.
In fact, she freaked out at the thought of her "innie" belly button becoming an "outie."
Kardashian couldn't contain her dislike of "outie" belly buttons.
The only prohibitions to "outies" using the restrooms or changing rooms designated for "innies" (or vice versa) under H.B.