drag one’s ass v.
1. to leave, to go, to move.
|(con. 1918) Chevrons 32: Drag your tail down the main stem [...] and you’ll see the town gate.|
|Cowboy Lingo 221: Other commands to ‘go’ were [...] ‘drag it’.|
|Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye in Four Novels (1983) 85: I had dragged my butt down this long endless half-mile for the very last time.|
|Rumble on the Docks (1955) 285: He can go dragging his ass round the Hook if he thinks he can do better.|
|(con. 1950) Band of Brothers 17: Got shook from creamin’ the gook, and dragged his butt at the rear.|
|Get Your Ass in the Water (1974) 129: Then the bitch come draggin’ it home with her sickpad on.|
2. to be fatigued, run down, miserable.
|Poor Fool 65: Why in hell do you want to walk around dragging your butt on the ground because of her?|
|Cry Tough! 66: He knew Steve’s ass was dragging on the ground.|
|in Erotic Muse (1992) 188: We didn’t reach town till winter, Eighty-two. / My ass was draggin’ and my pecker was too.|
|Airtight Willie and Me 47: Her ass was dragging. She was played out as a chicken shit flat backer ’ho.|
|Nam (1982) 10: I had a very strong image of me literally slogging through the field, dragging my ass, going through the paces.|
|(con. 1969–70) F.N.G. (1988) 126: Man, my ass is dragging, ain’t yours?|
|Paco’s Story (1987) 120: He used to come home nights ass-whipped tired, just draggin’ his ass.|
|(con. 1982–6) Cocaine Kids (1990) 73: The only reason he said that was because I was making plenty of money and his ass was dragging the ground.|
3. to be slow, lazy.
|(con. 1949) Boomers 75: Fer Chrissake, quit draggin’ yore ass an’ git on down here!|