||obvious humor, unsophisticated humor
||The farmer said his cows are moody today. Now that is corny!
|cost a pretty penny
||cost a lot of money, had a high price
||Elvis bought a new pink Cadillac. I bet that cost a pretty penny.
|cost an arm and a leg
||cost a lot of money, is very expensive
||That fur jacket must have cost her an arm and a leg.
||require much money or emotional stress or time or energy
||Caring for a child will cost you - cost you a lot. But it's worth every minute, every tear.
||thieving, doggone, flipping, ruddy
||Get your cotton-pickin' fingers off that bike! Don't touch it!
|cotton to that
||believe in that, do that, relate to that
||City folks play cards on Sunday, but we don't cotton to that.
||a person who watches a lot of TV
||If I watch four hours of TV every day, am I a couch potato?
||pay your share, pay a debt, pay up
||Come on, Tony. Cough up. You haven't paid anything.
|could care less
||(See couldn't care less)
|couldn't believe my ears
||(See can't believe my ears)