||be surprised, freak out
||Mom nearly flipped when I told her we got married.
||change of opinion, move to the other side
||We often see politicians do a flip-flop after they're elected.
|flip you for it
||flip a coin to decide who pays
||When our food check arrived, Al said to me, "I'll flip you for it."
|flip your lid
||become angry, blow your stack
||If you get another speeding ticket, Dad will flip his lid.
||consarned, darn, friggin,
||If you don't like the flippin' rules, you don't have to play.
|float your boat
||arouse you, interest you, to each his own, turn you on
||Personally, I'm not into athletic girls, but whatever floats your boat.
|flog a dead horse
||(See beat a dead horse)
||push the gas pedal down, pedal to the metal
||Buddy floors it from every stoplight. He drives too fast.
||surprise you, shock you, bowl you over (see bowl me over)
||The odor from a turkey farm is enough to floor you.
||yellow traffic light, amber warning light
||Oops! I just drove through a Florida green. Any cops around?