You kids get off my lawn!

"You kids get off my lawn!" is an American expression of the late 20th century and early 21st century. Slight variations including "Get off my lawn!" and "You kids get out of my yard!" are common. This phrase presents the supposed reaction of a stereotypical elderly middle-class homeowner confronting boisterous children entering or crossing his or her property. Today, the phrase has been expanded to mock any sort of complaint, particularly those of older people regarding the young.
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