most often uttered by white middle-class suburbanites and lower-class city dwellers
to express an imaginary connection with the country
or cowboy lifestyles. Most often used in reference to a task, since it is a take on "get her done," meaning to finish
a job, primarily something associated with blue-collar work. The biggest fans of this phrase
and its subsiquent cultural
niche are those who either have
never lived on a farm, never seen a cow, or are unhealthily obsessed with country
music. They most often drive pick-up trucks that they don't actually haul
anything in, but like to rig out with winches and toolboxes as if they've got important things
to do. Similar to poser
and cowboy up
Cleatus: "Gotta go 'round old man Miller's ranch
and git them irrigation pipes."
John Boy: "Let's git er done."
Suburban whitey 1: "Hey, you want
to help me install this 200 dollar tool box into my overpriced and ridiculously big pick-up that I only have to haul the groceries home
me feel better about my small penis?"
Suburban whitey 2: "Let's git er done."