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rack off

Get out of here; go away; get lost. Primarily heard in Australia. Listen, I don't want to buy any, so why don't you just rack off and leave me alone! Rack off, Jerry! I'm sick of your foolishness.
See also: off, rack
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The building was previously a Wine Rack off licence and opened between 10am and 10pm.
The rack off Carol's bull measured 44 inches wide and, after the' required 60-day drying time, had a net score of 148[2/8] P&Y inches.
The nifty thing about this is that I do not have a large video presentation dominating the center of the room during the program (the little monitor is on my equipment rack off to the side), and so I can listen to the music and judge it as music, rather than be influenced by a video with lots of visual glitz.
Be sure to rack off the heavy, bottom lees and keep only the younger yeast which remains in suspension.
They would typically shoot a big deer, cut the rack off it and hide the carcass, occasionally taking them home, but generally not, then come back after dark and pick up horns days, weeks or even months later.
I've been buying Handgunner off the rack off and on for a while now but somehow missed the edition having Little Lizzie's story in it.
If you don't have to use it, take your roof or bike rack off as this will minimise drag and reduce the amount of petrol needed.
A few doors down the road at the Wine Rack off licence, Oasis fan Catherine Thorogood is certain she'll get to meet her idol - he's bound to need cigarettes and alcohol, particularly if hell-raising brother Liam comes to kick his heels in the country.
Instead of telling Callum: "I think you're gorgeous," as she did the other night, she should try wearing a permanent scowl and tell him to rack off.