Green’s Dictionary of Slang

up your arse! excl.

also up your ass! ...back! ...bum! ...buns! ...butt!! ...dinger! ...hole!
[a preceding ‘stick it...’ is taken as read]

a dismissive, insulting excl.

[US](con. 1920s) J.T. Farrell Young Manhood in Studs Lonigan (1936) 293: ‘Yeah, up your back, Charley,’ Red yelled.
[US]I. Shulman Amboy Dukes 142: ‘Up your ass,’ Frank replied.
[Aus](con. 1940s) T.A.G. Hungerford Sowers of the Wind 22: ‘Oh, up your dinger!’ Andy shouted.
[US]T. Anderson Your Own Beloved Sons 106: ‘Up your-r-rass,’ he told the sergeant.
[US]W. Burroughs Naked Lunch (1968) 102: Up your ass, you liquefying gook.
[US]H. Selby Jr Last Exit to Brooklyn (1966) 202: The kids laughed and said up yur ass and ran to the playground.
[US]N. Mailer Why Are We in Vietnam? (1970) 20: Maybe – up your buns, J. D. Salinger – I’m coming on like Holden Caulfield.
[US]D. Pendleton Executioner (1973) 99: Up your butt, brother.
[US](con. 1960s) D. Goines Whoreson 273: Up your ass, peckerwood.
[UK](con. mid-1960s) J. Patrick Glasgow Gang Observed 57: Up yir hole wi’ a ten foot pole / An’ doon yir arse wi’ a scrubber.
[Aus]A. Weller Day of the Dog 8: Ya fuckin’ criminals an’ I’m s’posed to not see youse, so up ya bum.
[UK]G. Young Slow Boats to China (1983) 95: Around me, gap-toothed mouths reeking of beer scream, ‘Your mother’s c---!’ and ‘Up your arse!’.
[US]C. Hiaasen Tourist Season (1987) 237: García glanced at Bloodworth’s face in the window and mouthed three words: ‘Up your ass.’.
[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 124: Strong disagreement can be articulated directly with in a pig’s arse (more economically, simply as pigs), in your arse or, more uncomfortably still, up your arse.
[UK]N. Griffiths Sheepshagger 253: Up yewer arse. Twat.
[NZ]McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 222: up your bum, chum/up your date, mate Abusive rejections. ANZ [...] up your arse with broken glass/up your nose with a rubber hose/ up your vagina with an ocean liner Jokily abusive rejection, which can be topped with the responses, higher and higher with barbed wire/twice as far with a chocolate bar. ANZ.