Green’s Dictionary of Slang

shove it! excl.

[abbr. shove it up your arse! excl.]

(orig. Aus.) a general excl. of dismissal and rudeness.

[[US]Dos Passos Manhattan Transfer 273: They can take their reserve corps and shove it ten thousand miles up the creek].
[US]E. O’Brien One Way Ticket 75: You know what to do with it [...] just go ahead and shove it.
[Aus]Baker Popular Dict. Aus. Sl. 71: Stick it!, a contemptuous ejaculation. Also, ‘shove it!’.
[UK]H. Brown Walk in Sun 42: ‘It’s a Purple Heart, sarge,’ Rivera said. ‘Shove it,’ Sergeant Hoskins said.
[US]R. Chandler Long Good-Bye 34: ‘We are conducting a routine investigation. That’s all you need to know.’ [...] ‘Shove it, Jack,’ I said.
[US]W. Brown Teen-Age Mafia 104: Shove it, you fat bastard. Just shove it.
[US]C. Brown Manchild in the Promised Land (1969) 313: You take this job; you just take it and shove it.
[UK]J. Colebrook Cross of Lassitude 106: Yes, keep cool, princess. And tell the judge hello from me. Tell him to shuv it.
[US]L. Bangs in Psychotic Reactions (1988) 190: Right. ‘The Many Moods of Lou Reed,’ just like Johnny Mathis, and if they don’t like it they can shove it.
[UK]J. Sullivan ‘The Second Time Around’ Only Fools and Horses [TV script] Shove it Rodney, shove it.
[US]Indianapolis Star (IN) 26 Jan. 31/1: Readers who have expressed the wish that I either shove off or shove it.
[US]‘Touré’ Portable Promised Land (ms.) 267: Refuse to help her! Tell Charisma Donovan to go shove it!