I have to say that I really enjoy what appears to be the equivalent of that phrase here in the South. I've heard it before, but saying it with the Southern accent gives it a sense of authenticity that I haven't previously witnessed.
"Damn, that girl looks like she was rode hard and put away wet."
It's of course, a term for riding horses. If you don't give a horse a little rub down, remove the saddle, and cool him off after riding, it means that you've "put him away wet."
But I'll be damned if I just don't titter like a school girl every time I hear someone say it. Hysterical.