you('ll) get that

you('ll) get that

A phrase confirming that the experience or encounter being discussed is typical. A: "I like your new house, bro, but the people in this country are odd. I just waved hello to your neighbor, but she didn't even smile at me." B: "Yeah, you get that around here. People aren't nearly as friendly to strangers as they are back home." A: "I'm finding that the game starts getting really choppy during the boss fights." B: "You'll get that if you have your graphics settings up to the max."
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