Green’s Dictionary of Slang

stick it! excl.

[up your arse/ass is assumed]

[1920s+] (orig. US) a derog. reply to a question, i.e. ‘What shall I do with this?’, or in response to an opinion with which one disagrees; thus tell someone where to stick it v.

In exclamations

stick it in your ear! (also stick it in the ear! stick it in your eye! …up the sewer!)

[1920s+] a general dismissive excl.; less frequently as a v.

stick it up your arse! (also stick it in your ass! stick it up your ass (and holler fire)! ...butt! ...pratt! stuff it up and break it off! stuff it up your arse! …ass! ...hole! cram it up your ass!) [arse n. (1)/ass n. (2)/butt n.1 (1a)/prat n.1 (1)/hole n.1 (1a)]

[20C+] an excl. of contempt, dismissal; less frequently as a v.

stick it up your arse sideways! (also tuck it up your ass sideways) [arse n. (1)/ass n. (2)]

[1990s+] a general excl. of dismissal, abuse.

stick it up your cunt! (also ...ginger! ...gunga!) [cunt n. (1)/? ginger ale n. (3)/gunga n.1 ]

[1930s+] (Aus.) a general expression of disdain, dismissal, rejecting the previous speaker’s idea, opinion, insult etc.

stick it up your jumper! (also stuff it up your jumper (sideways)!)

[1940s+] an excl. rejecting the previous speaker’s idea, opinion, insult etc.; also occas. as v.