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stoked AND get it on

Date: Jun 29 2000

Quote

1. Quote - Listen to the quote and guess what the slang means.

In a recent interview with Eonline, Samuel Jackson
had this to say about being in the next Star Wars film… Eonline: “Are you excited about using your light saber?”
Samuel Jackson: “Totally! I’m stoked to pull it out and
get it on. I’m even thinking about what color I want my
light to be. I’m thinking purple.”

Definition

1. Definition - Study the definition.

stoked: happy, excited, enthusiastic, exhilarated
get it on: to start doing something (usually physical
activity and often something competitive like a contest,
game or fight)
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2. Use - Learn how the slang is used.

stoked: say it any time you’re happy get it on: best used when you’re about to do
something active

Examples

1. Examples - Hear some example sentences.

“_“Dude, I’m really *_stoked to go surfing this morning.”

“You gotta finish your breakfast so we can get out in the*”

water and *_get it on!”*_“

Winners

1. Winners - See who guessed the slang definition correctly.

”’Stoked’ means that something was or is great, awesome, and excellent. ‘Get it on’ means to get something started.”
by Brandy
”’Stoked’ means eager. ‘Get it on’ means to get started.”
by Samson
“I guess that ‘stoked’ means ‘excited,’ and ‘get it on’ means ‘turn it on’ opposed to ‘put it out.’ Thanks again for your slang. Hope that it is nice shoot this time…”
by Walter (TianJin, China)

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