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What does it mean when you say "Don't tread on me"?

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The saying "Don't tread on me" is simply a warning or a statement made to warn someone not to cross your way or to take advantage of you. This saying originates back in the 18th century where it was used as a defiant motto by Colonel Christopher Gadsden. With the saying is a symbol is a symbol of a snake. Most people fear snakes, but many forget that snakes fear people. A snake is not going to bite anyone unless it is messed with and "tread on" so to speak. Check out http://www.humblelibertarian.com/2011/03/dont-tread-on-me-principle-of-peace.html.

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Don't take me for granted. Treat me with respect. Don't provoke me.

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to not walk on some you... or jog

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Well...
Don't f with me

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