What does "bite me" mean?

bite me
@youless (93507)
Guangzhou, China
November 12, 2015 7:53am CST
In the TV series The Big Bang Theory, Penny often said:"Bite me!" I am just curious what it means. English is a foreign language for me, I think this term has another meaning but I just don't know what it is.
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@LadyDuck (175700)
• Switzerland
12 Nov 15
English is also a foreign language for me, but I see that @PhredWreck has the answer to your question.
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@youless (93507)
• Guangzhou, China
12 Nov 15
Your English is pretty well and I almost think it is your native language. But I remember you are an Italian
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@LadyDuck (175700)
• Switzerland
12 Nov 15
@youless Thank you for the compliment, my native language is Italian.
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@boiboing (12881)
• Northampton, England
12 Nov 15
@youless Let me just point out that it's not English - it's Americanish. Nobody says this in the UK.
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• China
13 Nov 15
Maybe Bite me is similar to "annoy me ",a spoken language,for example " What is biting you ?" However I can't watch the English film with no Chinese subtitles.
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@youless (93507)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 15
It is a very funny TV series. I think you can watch it online from some media apps.
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• China
14 Nov 15
@youless Okay! I will find time to watch it .
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@amadeo (72890)
• United States
12 Nov 15
My kids always say that to me.Then I realized from the Big Bang.At first I was a little peeved and then learn what this was all about.
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@youless (93507)
• Guangzhou, China
13 Nov 15
Kids learn it fast.