|a regular guy
||an average man, a good guy
||David? Well, he's honest and easy to live with - a regular guy.
||a lot of fun, a good time, a hoot
||You should've gone to Maude's party. It was a riot!
||unfair price or rule, priced too high
||The price of drinks was a rip-off. A small Coke cost $3!
|a roll in the hay [B]
||making love, having sex
||I asked her if she wanted a roll in the hay, and she said, "Sure. Do you have a condom?"
|a rolling stone gathers no moss
||a person who is always moving has few possessions
||"Look at me. I have nothing to keep me in one place."
"Yes, but it seems you have always been a rolling stone."
|a rough time
||a lot of teasing, a lot of bugging
||Did your friends give you a rough time about your funny haircut?
|a rough time of it
||a time of stress or bad luck, a tough time of it
||After the divorce he had a rough time of it.
|a royal pain
||a feeling of irritation, a pain in the ass
||When he brags about his wealthy family, he gives me a royal pain.
|a run for your money
||strong competition, an opponent
||I should enter the election and give him a run for his money.
|a sack of hammers
||a dead weight, a heavy object
||Don't throw me in the lake! I'll sink like a sack of hammers!