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Hit The Hay

Hit The Hay - to go to sleep

  • I am very tired. I am going to hit the hay.
  • My sister was so tired. She hit the hay as soon as we got home.
  • Good night, I am going to hit the hay.
  • When are you going to hit the hay?
  • I need to hit the hay, because I had a very long day.
  • We are so tired. We want to hit the hay early tonight.

Horse Around

Have A Ball

Have A Blast

Half Baked

Hard Head

Hand In Hand

Have Not Seen In Ages

Head In The Clouds

Heart Sank

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

It Is A Snap

In No Time

In Hot Water

It Is A Breeze

I Am Speechless

In Black & White

If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In Fact

In A Pickle

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In The Bag

In The Dark

In The Hole

In The Wild

Junkyard Dog

Joined At The Hip

Just For The Record

Just In The Nick Of Time

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