|go off the deep end
||do something strange, go overboard
||Now don't go off the deep end and hit somebody.
||happen, occur, what's going down
||What's going on here? Why is your bike in the bathtub?
||it cannot be true, you're kidding
||"Ted drove the car into the lake!" "Go on! Ted wouldn't do that!"
|go on about
||talk steadily, ramble, run off at the mouth
||"What was he saying?" "Oh, he was going on about taxes and the price of wheat."
|go one better
||do more, hit harder, outdo yourself
||If he gives her candy, I'll go one better and give her flowers.
|go out of your mind
||(See out of your mind)
|go out of your way
||do special things to help, put yourself out
||Hilda went out of her way to help us when Dad was sick.
|go out on a limb
||promise too much, risk, take a chance
||Don't go out on a limb. Don't say the company will pay for it.
|go out with
||be a boyfriend/girlfriend, date, see
||Jerry asked me to go out with him. I think he likes me.
||Did you go over your notes? Are you ready for the quiz?