patoot

You bet your sweet patoot(ie)!

exclam. You can be absolutely certain! (Patootie is the buttocks.) I’ll be there! You bet your sweet patoot!
See also: bet, sweet

You bet your sweet patoot!

verb
See also: bet, sweet
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As much as my brother is a pain in the patoot at times, I wouldn't want to see him decapitated.
For example, Rita Kempley, staff writer for the Washington Post, allows that although Solanas may have achieved fifteen minutes of fame by shooting Warhol, fifteen minutes of watching her on screen amounts to "more than enough time with this obstreperous male-bashing pain in the patoot.
He has raised the quality bar so high that he's become a pain in the patoot for those of us with more modest talents.
Trouble is though, back in the '90s, apparently paper files were all the rage rather than the memories of computers, so you can bet your sweet patoot that it will be up to the people affected to seek out their refund, rather than the councils to proactively contact those who qualify for it.
Imagine my relief when I found out it didn't stand for Georgie's Diddy Patoot.
Let's just say my widening patoot is more to do with that pesky Victoria and her sponge than it is an increase in nappy size.
Of course there are always naysayers that lazily declare the exams are getting easier, which I find a bit of a pain in the patoot.
I wonder how much time she has spent posing on her patoot for painters?
Anyway, upon issuing this request, I will park my cute patoot on somebody's lap and they will read whichever books I point at until either I fall asleep or they lose all motor skills in their hands and collapse into a spent bundle on the floor.