What does this Phrase mean?

"when in doubt whip it out".

I check dictionary.com and other phrase meaning sites, but in vain.

I would be thankful if someone can provide me a link which explains such phrases and any link that gives me more information about the phrase.

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    I was riding in a taxicab this morning and there was a female dispatcher on the two-way radio. She was dispatching the cabs to various addresses and the usual dispatch chatter was going on. Suddenly, the dispatcher asked?... Michael Hunt, are you out there... Mike? Do you read me?... Mike Hunt, Mike Hunt... Come in, ... Come In... Come in Mike Hunt. I don't know why this seem so funny to me- it's just a persons name.

    I couldn't stop laughing. I think something shot out of my nose!

    ☻☺☻☺☻

    Source(s): If its nice out... leave it out.
  • Sabina
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Turned away - a horse has been broken in and then turned out to grow up for a season, physically. Tying up -or tied up, - when a horse has a sort of spasm usually in the back legs, also called lymphangitis, a swelling and paralysis due to fast excersise after a period of rest while still on hard feed. This is serious and the only prevention is to change to bulk feed only on the night before a day off, possible turn out into paddock and then gentle excersise for the first 1/2 hour or so the next time he or she is ridden. If they do tie up then forced excersise is unadvisable. Box home and keep warm till vet arrives. Good to do - easy to keep both in feed (keeps weight on easily) and also easy to handle (groom, box, shoe, clip etc) depending on context. Good doer is a horse who seems to thrive on hard work and not alot of hard food and supplements. Founder is another word for laminitis an inflamation of the blood vessels in the feet with complications. Usually because the horse is too fat and is on lush grass. Was once confined to ponies but now horses seem to be getting it more too. Can also come on later in life due to Cushings Disease - another symptom would be thick curly coat in summer.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I couldn't help but think that this might refer to a question of gender identification. If the gender of a person is in question, that is to say, if the manhood is in doubt, a man could prove his by extracting the member, thus showing that indeed, there is no doubt, he is male.

    Other answers seem like reaching too much, guessing and no documentation. "Whip it" was the phrase in the Devo song.

  • 1 decade ago

    I think that's subjective... It could mean anything! Like whip out your pencil and start brain storming or your dictonary or a palm pilot!! What does it mean to you?

    ***Mott*** dude, that is some funny s***!! I'd have laughed too (in fact I did!)

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  • AL
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Never heard of it but the work "Whip" should give you a hint.....

    Beat it out

  • 1 decade ago

    MMMNN...you are joking aren't you? I seriously doubt its chefs at ten paces..or old Devo fans..or savage dentists or cowboys...sounds like the Village People or perhaps....

  • 1 decade ago

    It means if you think your mashed potato's are a bit too lumpy, then don't think about it too long. just whip them some more.

  • 1 decade ago

    This sounds like something a garage mechanic would say.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    when u r in doubt,u muz ask somebody else...tats the meaning of 'whip it out'...

  • 1 decade ago

    whe ur sure or accurate about it do something for/about it

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