Green’s Dictionary of Slang

shove it up your arse! excl.

also shove it (right) up! shove it up your arse sideways! …ass! …bum! …dot! …kiester! shove it in your hole! ...where you shit!, jam it up your arse! ram it up your bum!
[SE shove + arse n. (1)/ass n. (2)/bum n.1 (1)/dot n.2 (4)/hole n.1 (1a)/keister n. (5)]

an excl. of contempt, dismissal; less frequently as a v.

[US]q. in Wiley Life of Billy Yank (1952) 201: I thought I would give them a dram. You may shove it up...
[US] in T.P. Lowry Stories the Soldiers Wouldn’t Tell (1994) ) 40: If the officers want to take my pay, they may take it and God damned, and shove it up their arses, if they like.
[US]H. Roth Call It Sleep (1977) 408: An’ w’en it comes t’ booze I says, shove it up yer ass!
[US]H. Miller Tropic of Capricorn (1964) 42: You can take the job, my job and his job and you can shove them up your ass.
[US]J. Weidman What’s In It For Me? 239: You can shove it right up.
[US](con. 1910s) J. Thompson Heed the Thunder (1994) 64: I’ll shove it [i.e. a pitchfork] so far up his butt he can smoke it for a cigar.
[US](con. 1942) J.H. Burns Gallery (1948) 198: Ya can shove em up if ya like.
[US]J. Jones From Here to Eternity (1998) 711: I’ll shove it up all their asses.
[US] ‘Death Row’ in D. Wepman et al. Life (1976) 119: You can shove that Bible up your kiester.
[US] in E. Cray Erotic Muse (1992) 44: Oh, the parson, he will come / With his tales of Kingdom come. / He can shove them up his bum.
[Aus]D. Niland Big Smoke 41: Shove it up your black dot.
[US](con. 1940s) G. Mandel Wax Boom 289: You can take those stripes, Stollman, and shove them up your precious pink ass.
[US]H. Selby Jr Last Exit to Brooklyn (1966) 87: He wished to krist he could take the sounds and shove them up her ass.
[UK]L. Dunne Goodbye to The Hill (1966) 57: I told her to get stuffed and to shove the shop and the newspapers right up her arse.
[US]M. Rumaker Exit 3 and Other Stories 39: ‘Here,’ he threw a bill on the counter, ‘shove that in your hole.’.
[US](con. 1940s) E. Thompson Tattoo (1977) 41: He wanted to pop in and tell the Gy-reen to shove it up his ass.
[Aus]J. McNeil How Does Your Garden Grow Act III: I’ll shove it where yer boyfriend’ll find it.
[UK]A. Burgess 1985 (1980) 189: ‘Up your fucking arse,’ said the gypsy.
[UK](con. 1930s) G. Stewart Leveller 34: ‘Jam it up your arse,’ was my reply.
[US]G.V. Higgins Patriot Game (1985) 40: Shove it up your ass, all right? [...] I know you, you fat guinea son of a bitch.
[UK]B. Geldof Is That It? 278: You can sue us ... you can take your writ and shove it up your arse.
[Ire](con. 1930s) L. Redmond Emerald Square 122: Oul’ Byrne could shove it, I thought, shove it up her arse sideways from this on.
[US]J. Wambaugh Golden Orange (1991) 59: I got twenty on the Celts and right now Magic’s shovin the ball up their ass!
[US](con. 1964–8) J. Ellroy Cold Six Thousand 583: I’ll tell Stanton to expand the biz or shove it up your ass.
[NZ]McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 169: ram it up your bum What can be done with something unwelcome, eg, ‘Old Foxie can take his Shakespeare and ram it up his own bum.’ ANZ.
[US] N. Flexner Disassembled Man [ebook] I was about to tell her to shove it where she shits, but I caught myself.
[UK]K. Richards Life 535: Shove all your little honors up your arse.
[UK]D. O’Donnell Locked Ward (2013) 325: You know what you can do with this effluent. You can stick it right up your fucking hole. Toodle pip.