kick (kĭk) v. kicked, kick·ing, kicks v.intr. 1. To extend the leg away from the body; strike out with the foot or feet. 2. Sports a. To score or gain ground by
kick ass and kick butt Sl. to actively motivate people to do something. It looks like I’m going to have to kick ass to get people moving around here. See also: ass
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Great posting! Breakups are hard. They hurt. I give myself 7 days. Seven days to mourn, daydream, rant, kick, scream, regret, toss out old stuff, sell the valuable
These days, we don’t go for propaganda via posters or showy military parades. No, if you want the populace subdued, you’d better dress up your message with some high
There’s always someone out there that’s cooler than you. Like sailors. You’ll never be as cool as a sailor. Here are 10 everyday things they’d kick your ass
â€œIt’s no wonder that truth is stranger than fiction. Fiction has to make sense.â€ â€œLet us live so that when we come to die even the undert
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How ‘Mafia 3’ Video Game Scored Kick-Ass Sixties Soundtrack. With over 100 carefully chosen songs, new crime game is scored like a formidable Sixties mixtape
The chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus said Tuesday those who’re against the repeated removal of a controversial painting on Capitol Hill depicting police