there's/that's...for you

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there's (or that's) — for you

used ironically to indicate a particularly good example of a quality or thing mentioned.
1982 William Least Heat-Moon Blue Highways Satchel Paige—there's a name for you—old Satch could fire the pill a hundred and five miles an hour.
See also: something

there’s/that’s...for you

used to say that something is a typical example of its kind: She calls him at least four times a day, but that’s love for you I suppose. ♢ (ironic) He might at least have called to explain. There’s gratitude for you!