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I was watching a movie 21, and I saw this interesting expression. Check this out,please.
Mike and Tom, two best buddies, are playing basketball when a gorgeous girl passes by. Mike takes quite a shine to her, and his heart keeps pumping.
Tom suggests Mike ask her out but he's hesitant 'cause Mike believes she's out of his league.
Trying to encourage his friend, Tom says to Mike, with his finger pointing at the girl,
'You know, you say you want a life experience, right? Well, I'd say getting down with that would definitely qualify.'
Not knowing what 'get down' with something means, I checked the dictionary and found out in Wiktionary that it means to become good friends with somebody.
So, let me rephrase what Tom said:
'You know, you say you want a life experience, right? Well, I'd say if you become one of her good friends, it will surely meet the requirement of a life experience.'
I guess Tom was saying, like,
'You want a life experience, and asking her out is the very experience that you've been looking for. Go for it!'
Especially I wonder if he meant 'getting down with that girl' when he mentioned 'getting down with that'.
Hoping that I could find an idiom 'get down with someone', I tried to look up all the dictionaries, which was fruitless.
I'd appreciate any comment. Thank you.