Look guys, for thousands of years, guys like us, have gotten the sh*t kicked out of us.
I looked up this in idioms' and slangs' dictionary but they have only mentioned "get a kick out of something" which means "enjoying something". Would you please inform me on this?
Sorry for the crude example, by the way, I just had no idea whether removing it would have an effect on its meaning. the above sentence then goes on like this in case that you need a wider context:
...but now, we're living in an era that we can be in charge and make our own empires.
I think he's going to say we should not waste this opportunity by our own hands, we should not turn down this pleasure?