think the sun shines out of somebody's arse/backside
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think the sun shines out (of) (one's) arse
rude slang To believe a person is better or more important than others or above reproach. (Note: If thought about oneself, it means that one is arrogant, conceited, or self-absorbed. If someone thinks this of another person, it means that someone loves or admires that person to such a degree as to be blind to any of their potential faults.) Primarily heard in UK. Tom has acted like he's such a hotshot after getting the promotion. He thinks the sun shines out his arse! He's absolutely head-over-heels in love with Mary. Even though I find her a bit irritating, he thinks the sun shines out her arse.
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think the sun shines out of somebody’s ˈarsetaboo/backˈside(British English) (American English think the sun shines out of somebody’s ˈass taboo) (slang) have a very high opinion of somebody and think that everything they do is good: We need more money for this job. I think you should be the one to ask the boss — he thinks the sun shines out of your backside!
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