The passage below comes from a book, What The F.
The first use is found in sentences like Step the fuck down or Shut the hell up. We’ll call this the Get-the-hell-out-of-here construction, based on the earliest known attested use, from 1895, which was that, verbatim.
In this sentence I want to ask what the bold-faced pronouns, which and that refer to. It seems that which refers to the use and that to get the hell out of here. Am I right?