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Get a snap on it!

This was uttered by my friend Dave Julian, urging his kids to hurry up.  It is a mash up I think of “snap to it”  and “get a move on it”, both meaning to go faster.  BTW, the latter is a Northeast Ohio/Northwest PA expression – thanks to Roger Curtis for pointing this out (and my “ol pal” from Los Angeles as well!).   A thank you to Dave’s wife for sending this one to me.

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2 Comments on “Get a snap on it!”

  1. Your ol' pal says:

    Get a move on.


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