patoot

you (can) bet your (sweet) patoot

slang You can be absolutely certain that something will happen. Sometimes used ironically. ("Patoot" is a slang term for the buttocks.) You bet your sweet patoot I'm going to that concert—I've been saving up to buy a ticket for months now! Oh, you can bet your patoots that Kevin will be late tonight—he's never on time! I can't find my umbrella, so of course you can bet your patoot that it'll rain soon.
See also: bet, patoot
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Imagine my relief when I found out it didn't stand for Georgie's Diddy Patoot. For a moment there I thought all those squats had been for nothing.
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All were ready to sing, dance and party their little patoot's off.
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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.