up the yin-yang

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up the yin-yang

To an excessive or extreme degree; in great or excessive abundance. The company's had financial difficulties up the yin-yang lately, but the CEO is adamant that it will start making a profit soon. I only buy video game consoles after they've been out a while and stores aren't charging up the yin-yang for them.
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We'll start with a few discreet pamphlets on welfare reform and ways to cut spending in the military - all absolute piffle, of course - before holding seminars in fancy hotels where we charge people up the ying-yang to hear us talk utter tosh.
"You shouldn't say to 16 year olds, 'you could die in a car accident if you drive too fast.' You say, 'you could lose your license and not be able to drive at all for two years.' That's an immediate and, to them, a more horrible consequence." When discussing steroids, once you tell kids that steroids can give them tiny testicles and "acne up the ying-yang," you've got their attention.