men's
Notice that the possessive apostorophe is used before the 's' even though she is referring to more than one man. Follow the link to find out more.
more information: possessive apostrophe
loose
Here loose means unchaste or sexually immoral.
they're
Here they're is short for they are and is spelled they're. Follow the link to find out more.
more information: they're their there
get off
remove
Example: It's hard to get off your jeans when they're wet.
For more meanings of the phrasal verb get off, follow the link.
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too
Notice that we spell too this way when it means beyond what is desirable. Follow the link for more.
more information: to too
get with the fellas
become equal with the men; do what men do
lady's
When words ending with 'y' become plurals, the 'y' is changed to i and 'es' is added, which you can see happening with ladies in the next sentence. This lady's is not a plural but a possessive, so we add an apostrophe and s to the end and leave the 'y' as it is.
crash hot
good; excellent
Example: His work is not really crash hot