||an opening or space, everywhere, all over hell's half acre
||Australia has too many rabbits. They have rabbits coming out of their yin yang.
||yes, hello, I hear you, okay
||When they call to you, just answer, "Yo!"
||(See local yokel)
|yonder over there
||the direction I am pointing, that direction, that way
||You're looking for wild geese? They're yonder over there,
feeding in the corn fields.
|you and the horse you rode in on
||you and your horse go, both you and your horse, screw you and the horse
||"Did you say I should leave?" "Ya, you and the horse you rode in on. Git goin!"
|you bet your boots
||believe it, certainly, you can count on it
||The cowboy said, "You bet your boots I'm going to the rodeo."
||that is correct, right; you got it
||When I asked, "Are you coming?" she said, "You betcha."
|you can bet your bottom dollar
||you can be sure of it, you can bet your last dollar on it
||If Terry knows about the dance, you can bet your bottom dollar he'll be there.
|you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink
||you can provide what they need but you cannot force them to use it
||We provide information, but I wonder if they read it. You can lead a horse to water... .
|you can run but you can't hide
||you can run away but you cannot hide from your past or your problems
||When I told a priest I was going away to forget my past, he said, "You can run, but you can't hide."