ride 'em cowboy


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ride 'em cowboy

cliché Said when someone is riding a horse or bull, or else a person or thing in such a manner. We hooted and hollered as we watched Claire ride the mechanical bull. "Woo hoo! Ride 'em cowboy!" Just so you know, you yelling "Ride 'em cowboy!" during my horseback-riding lessons is not at all helpful. Jake leapt onto the back of the large, indignant man, and hollered, "Woo-ee, ride 'em cowboy!" as the poor fellow stumbled angrily around the room.
See also: cowboy, ride
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