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you guys

A friendly way of addressing a group collectively. Can be used for both men and women, or a group of both. A: "Hey, are you guys going to the concert on Saturday?" B: "Rick and I definitely are, but Jen is undecided."
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You guys plugged all that stuff in down there in the cave?
Pierson was like, "Well, I know there's an editing room where the girls are, and you can chat with them." That's the first time we met you guys. Which was weird for me, because I didn't know any lesbian peers at that point.
Do you guys have any pre-show rituals before you hit the stage?
When you guys broke up in 1972, some of you guys got into some trouble.
If you guys had a face off with the Wu Tang, do you think you could hang?
When you guys endorse this stuff, a lot of duped city officials buy it.
Let the convo play itself out, and jump in with some awesome ideas on how you guys can spend the coming weekend.
BILL: Face it, you guys probably broke up for a reason--he wasn't the right guy for you.
I hate the word "blues." I mean, I hate when people say, "You guys are real bluesy." There is so much blues music that I can't stand.
Instead of just saying "hi," try, "Heard you guys played awesome against Central.
How about getting some of the usual BS out of the way: How long a band, who plays what, how old are you guys, what are the day jobs?
What do you guys think of live rap concerts, both freestyle and planned-out stuff?
Pino: When you guys are on the road, who's the first one to start crying about being broke or wanting to go home?
Speakin' a partyin' you guys ever been down to the lake?
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