|pull up your socks
||do better, improve
||He'll have to pull up his socks in math - if he wants to pass.
|pull your chain
||ask you what you think, ask for your opinion
||If we want your opinion we'll pull your chain. We'll ask you.
|pull your leg
||fool you, tell you a false story as a joke
||If he said Canada has a tropical climate, he was pulling your leg.
|pull your weight
||do your job, do your share of the work
||If we all pull our weight - do our share - we can achieve our goals.
|pull your wire [B]
||masturbate, jerk off [B]
||"Why do you pull your wire?" "Because it feels good."
|pull yourself together
||control your sadness, get a grip on yourself
||It's difficult to pull yourself together after a divorce.
||excited about performing, ready to play
||John's pumped for today's game. He really wants to play.
|punch your lights out
||hit you, knock you down, knock you out
||If you try to kiss my girlfriend I'll punch your lights out.
||a name for someone or something familiar
||Your old Honda? Don't sell that puppy. It's
||young love, love between children or teenagers
||Puppy love is sweet, but it's just a step on the path to mature love.