vb. 1 (&lit get some English) 2 (context US euphemistic informal English) To have sex. 3 (context dysphemism informal English) To attack or physically assault in a rapid manner.
Get Some is the debut album of Snot. Released on May 27, 1997, it is the only album to feature original vocalist Lynn Strait, who was killed in a car accident on December 11, 1998 when a truck struck his car, killing him and his dog, Dobbs, who appears on the album cover.
A remixed version of "The Box" was released as a single.
"Get Some" is the second song on alternative metal band Chevelle's third album This Type of Thinking (Could Do Us In). The song is said to be written as an ode to the greed sparked by the contest American Idol. In concert, Pete has said that this song is about the time he drank too much whiskey and passed out in his front lawn. At a show in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sam corrected Pete's declaration, stating that it was Jameson whiskey, not just a random brand.
"Get Some" is a song by Swedish singer and songwriter Lykke Li from her second studio album, Wounded Rhymes (2011). Produced by Björn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John, it was released on 22 October 2010 as the album's lead single.
Get Some may refer to:
- Get Some (album), by Snot
- "Get Some" (Chevelle song)
- "Get Some" (Lykke Li song)
Usage examples of "get some".
And, more than likely, there were thousands of guys like Ted Berendtsen, who ought to cut out this pointless mental jabbering and get some sleep, right.
Everyone was standing on the sidewalk and the boy's friend asked Do you want to get some breakfast?
Either wait till morning and get some daylight on it, or go ahead and send for the sheriff and see what he thinks of Pratt's opinion.