|you need money to make money
||you have to spend money to make a profit, nothing succeeds like...
||If I had money, I would invest in real estate. It's true that you need money to make money.
|you reap whatsoever you sow
||you will see the long-term effects of your actions, chickens come home...
||Youthful passion can produce a lifetime of consequences. We reap whatsoever we sow.
|you snooze, you lose
||if you are not alert you will lose an opportunity, seize the opportunity
||Store clerks sometimes charge too much for a product. If you snooze, you lose.
|you're full of it [B]
||you are a liar, you are full of shit [B]
||If you think I'm joining that cult, you're full of it.
||you are joking, you are not serious
||You're kidding. Jen wouldn't take off her clothes and climb a tree.
|you're not kidding/ you aren't kidding
||you are right, you are not joking
||"It's really cold today," Jen said. "You aren't kidding!" he replied.
||you have a deal, you have a date
||When she suggested they go out for dinner, he said, "You're on."
|you're only as good as your last shift
||you are judged by your most recent work, don't rest on your laurels
||If you believe that you're only as good as your last shift, you should do your best every day.
|you've got to be kidding
||you must be telling me a joke, get out of town, you're kidding
||"The manager wants me to give him a massage every afternoon." "You've got to be kidding!"
|young at heart
||feeling or thinking that you are young, youthful
||Sarah is over sixty, but she's young at heart.