One question -- do I correctly understand the "get ... on" here has a meaning similar to "put .... on" in these:"To get one's flirt on" means, roughly, to act in a demonstratively flirty manner. It's a fairly current slang expression, with a number of variations.
It's a little different. There are a number of expressions with the same pattern — get your groove on, get your funk on — that derive from African-American slang. They all imply some kind of performance in which you display your abilities or style to others. It's hard to explain the syntax.One question -- do I correctly understand the "get ... on" here has a meaning similar to "put .... on" in these:
Sheila’s not really that upset; she’s just putting it on.
Leaving the court, the families all tried to put on a brave face.