Work our butts off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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work (one's) butt off
To work really hard (on or at something). I know you thought it was just a silly New Year's resolution, but I've been working my butt off at the gym! Sally and Jim work their butts off when we hold our consumer conference each year. I don't know what I'd do without them!
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work one’s butt off verb
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References in periodicals archive
Hopefully this is a wake-up call that we need to come out and work our butts off
That's really unfair to all of us that work our butts off
everyday," Cone said.
One dancer revealed: "All the professionals were told in no uncertain terms that we had to work our butts off
. They want this year's show to have the wow factor.
Second, we need to work our butts off
to help Obama fulfill this promise.
"It is easy for people to get on our case and say we are just not good enough but we work our butts off
all the year around.
"We work our butts off
to make that happen, because we understand that any family man that ain't seen his family for four months, it's time for him to go see his family.