rock on

(redirected from rocks on)

rock on

An expression of happiness, excitement, or enthusiasm. A: "I hear our class won a trip to Paris!" B: "Rock on! I've always wanted to see Paris!"
See also: on, rock
References in classic literature ?
As she vomited it up, it was like the water in a cauldron when it is boiling over upon a great fire, and the spray reached the top of the rocks on either side.
Ramsay has published an account of a downthrow in Anglesea of 2300 feet; and he informs me that he fully believes there is one in Merionethshire of 12,000 feet; yet in these cases there is nothing on the surface to show such prodigious movements; the pile of rocks on the one or other side having been smoothly swept away.
I should say that those New England rocks on the sea-coast, which Agassiz imagines to bear the marks of violent scraping contact with vast floating icebergs --I should say, that those rocks must not a little resemble the Sperm Whale in this particular.
Meade put the pictures of the rocks on his Facebook page.