English Slang for Saying "I'm Leaving"
Colorful Departing Expressions (some are super informal):
I'm outta here.
I'm outta here like a set of rims at a Puff Daddy concert
I'm outta here like a Banshee
I'm off like a herd of turtles.
I'm off like a herd of Muskrats.
I'm off like a toupee in a hurricane.
I'm off like a wet pair of Snuggies.
I’m off like a Jewish foreskin
I'm off like a bride's nightgown
I'm off like a prom dress
We’re down there like a prom dress
We're gone like a bat out of hell.
That's all folks
You'll be hearing from my attorney (just kidding)
get on our way
hit the road
hit the high road
hit the dusty trail
up and leave
blow this Popsicle stand.
get out of Dodge.
book out of here.
scuttlebutt our way out of here
scuttle our butts outta here
hot foot it outta here
do the disappearing act
make like dogs and flee.
make like wood and split.
make like horse shit and hit the trail.
make like babies and head out.
make like eggs and beat it.
make like trees and leave.
make like trees and get the hell out of here.
make like the birds and flock off.
make like a hockey player and get the puck out.
make like bees and buzz outta here.
make like Tom, and Cruise.