In short, if you thought the 20th century had seen great change, you ain't seen nothing yet
You ain't seen nothing yet
. This guy is as good as what's around right now.
Soon fireworks whistle, budgies go 'cheep cheep' , Hyenas laugh, while owls hoot tracks from Glee, A gospel choir of spiteful chipmunks sing Repeatedly You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
, Then the calls to temple and prayer begin, The motorbike becomes a jumbo jet.
But with three episodes still to go, if you thought episode 3 was dramatic, you ain't seen nothing yet
But you ain't seen nothing yet
in terms of foreign draws and currencies from sports tourism if you base its benefit from the Fil-Am that concludes on Saturday.
But, it turned out we ain't seen nothing yet
from the Bad Romance singer.
And if you think Shane Richie's return as the Tangotanned entertainer has been camp and crazy so far, you ain't seen nothing yet
If they thought they'd had it tough so far, they ain't seen nothing yet
! Ant his elite team of ex-Special Forces operators apply pressure to expose any hidden personality traits and weaknesses.
RONALD KOEMAN has welcomed Jurgen Klopp to the pressure zone - and warned his rival, 'He ain't seen nothing yet
Even though we have more than 200 speakers (the most ever) confirmed for our fifth-annual politics-and-policy gabfest on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, choose your preferred cliche: the best is yet to come, you ain't seen nothing yet
, etc., etc.
Dyster quoted, "I promise you that if the people of Niagara Falls honor me with a third term as mayor of the city of Niagara Falls, you ain't seen nothing yet
." That statement proves that Dyster definitely does not deserve a third term.
Never mind Jeremy Clarkson's enraged petrolhead fans, if they lose Poldark they ain't seen nothing yet
If you thought some of the brawls on "RuPaul's Drag Race" were ferocious, you ain't seen nothing yet
David will serenade show goers with his song 'Ain't never been to Ruthin', sung to the tune of popular Bachman-Turner Overdrive hit 'Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
.' Show secretary Angela Dykins said: "We are expecting David to be singing some of his popular songs during the afternoon and we are all really looking forward to it."
IF WE thought we were busy with 11 races at Boulta last Sunday, we ain't seen nothing yet
! Tomorrow at the Tipperary Hunt in Lisronagh we're looking forward to anything between 12 and 15 races.