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“Let’s get rocks”

Post by Valero » Sat Sep 15, 2018 6:36 am

I saw this on a t-shirt one of my friends is about to make for a sports event.

Let’s get rock (or "rocks", I am not sure).
And there is a dirt bike on it too.

The event is dirt bike racing, my friend is Hungarian just like me and he does not speak English well. Therefore i dont think it is figurative or a word play. My worry is that it is a mistake. That is why I wanted to ask native speakers after having browsed the internet to find something similar which i have not.

What does "let’s get rocks" mean? It does not sound right to me. Any thoughts on it?


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Re: “Let’s get rocks”

Post by Joe » Sat Sep 15, 2018 8:16 am

Doesn’t mean much to me. Do you know what your friend is trying to say?

Is it some reference to rocks in the mountains or dirt track etc?
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