cut it out

This means to stop doing something. Say this when someone is bothering or teasing you. For example, you could ask your sister to stop tickling you by asking her to “cut it out!”

Or here's another example:

A: It’s so obvious you like Laura! Stop pretending you don’t! Why don’t you just ask her out?

B: Cut it out! I don’t want to talk about it.

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