Are you ready to kick ass with your English???
Use #1 – To physically beat someone
- If you don’t give me the money you owe me, I’m gonna kick your ass buddy
- Jose Aldo is going to Kick Connor Mcgregor’s ass
Use #2 – To beat someone at a game or competitive sport
- My mum always kicks my ass at scrabble
- You could probably kick my ass at pool, I’m not very good
Use #3 – Doing a very good job
- Tony has been kicking ass with his new job.
- If I start kicking some ass at work I could get a big bonus at the end of the year
Use #4 – Adjective meaning something is really good
- Man, I just saw a kick-ass movie!
- I have a feeling that this is going to be a kick-ass show
Use #5 – A quick response to good news
- – Hey I just got a new job! – Wow, that’s kickass man!!
- – I just got us a free ticket to Hawaii! – Kickass!!
Use #6 – To motivate someone to work more, and stop being lazy
- He is such a lazy worker, but after a little kick in the ass I think he will start pulling his weight (doing his share of the work) a lot more.
Use #7 – Something that is really difficult to do
- That marathon was such an ass-kicker, I can hardly move today.
- Working all day in the sun is an ass-kicker.
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