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Yeah, right! (A sarcastic response to a ridiculous statement)
Yellow journalism (Journalism based on sensationalism with little research or substance)
Yes man (A person who always agrees with his boss)
You bet (“Yes” or “You’re welcome”)
You better believe it (Yes!)
You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink (People have to do some things for themselves)
You can’t be serious (You are clearly wrong)
You can’t have your cake and eat it too (You can’t have it both ways)
You can’t judge a book by its cover (Appearances can be deceiving)
You can’t see the forest for the trees (You’re looking at the details too much to see the whole issue)
You can’t take it with you (You can’t take your money with you when you die)
You can’t unscramble an egg (You can’t reverse a complicated situation after it’s created)
You don’t have a clue (You’re very ignorant)
You figure it out (I’m not going to tell you)
You get what you pay for (Inexpensive things are usually of poorer quality)
You got that right (I agree)
You lie like a dog (You’re a liar)
You made out like a bandit (You gained a lot of money or possessions)
You make me sick (You disgust me)
You reap what you sow (You receive good or bad things based on how you live)
You scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours (You help me and I’ll help you)
Your eyes are bigger than your stomach (You selected more food than you can eat)
You’re driving me up the wall (You’re annoying me)
You’re getting on my nerves (You’re annoying me)
You’re in denial (You aren’t being honest with yourself)
You’re in the wrong place at the wrong time
You’re lying
You’re right
You’re the best
You’re the man (You’re amazing; We love you)
You’re the one (You’re the person)
You’re welcome
You’re yellow (You’re a coward)
You’ve got a lot of nerve
You’ve got it ass backwards (It’s the complete opposite)
You’ve got it made (You’re in a great situation)
You’ve got mail
You’ve got to be kidding (Really?)

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