darn tootin'

darn tootin'

slang Absolutely right. A: "Are you coming to the barbeque today?" B: "You're darn tootin'! I'll see you there."
See also: darn

darn tooting

 and darn tootin'
absolutely. You're darn tooting I'll be there. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
See also: darn, toot
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There is also comedy from slapstick star Harold Lloyd in The Freshman (1925); and a triple bill of favourites Laurel and Hardy - With Love and Hisses, Wrong Again and You're Darn Tootin'.
your pardners and git down to The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, from Friday for three nights of darn tootin' fun at Country to Country.
Lipstick: Darn tootin', it's time--time for an ultimatum: "We come out together or I come out and leave." You're blaming this on her, but you're just as guilty of keeping the door closed.
If that seems a bit of a contradiction in terms, that's because it darn tootin' is, muchacho.
I have mixed feelings about this turn of events; with part of me screaming: "DON'T TELL THEM, YOU FOOL" whilst the other smugly nods and mutters: "Darn tootin' I'm from Coventry."
Dewar once said, "Twinkle was the best darn tootin' idea I ever had." We concur.
Certainly, if they could see the state of my dustbowl-blown bank account they wouldn't be quite so keen to court me as a customer, that's for darn tootin'.