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"If you're going to do this, you can take it on the arches."

I have no idea what it means. Please help me.
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Has nobody got any idea? Emotion: sad
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"take it on the arches" ie "get the hell outta here"

"just take it on the arches asshole, you're not welcome here."
Take it on the arches means scram or get the hell out of here or leave
Hi,

I haven't heard this expression, but it appears to mean 'leave'. I assume the reference is to the arches of your feet, ie use your feet (to leave).

Clive
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Take it on the arches was uses frequently in film noir, particularly the gangster genre. It means to walk away. Arches are arches of the feet.

Slang to scram or leave right now

Beat feet. Run.
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