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  • He at least knows who beat his brains out last time.
  • I wish I could play him every day and beat his brains out.
  • We were looking to beat his brains out,
  • Then try to beat his brains out.
  • However, it doesn't keep me from wanting to beat his brains out ( tonight ) ."
  • You have to beat his brains in to get him to give in, and he doesn't even give in then.
  • "I hope we beat his brains in, but that doesn't diminish the respect I have for him ."
  • "I'm going to try and beat his brains in and he's going to try to beat my brains in.
  • Hung beats his brain out to help them get out of trouble, while also preventing them from finding out each other's identity.
  • Agassi won the Australian Open, after which Sampras said, " I can't wait to beat his brains the next time ."
  • "But he'll be trying to beat my brains out tomorrow and I'll be trying to beat his brains out ."
  • Orde Wingate, also involved in planning that operation, had taken such a dislike to Powell that he asked a colleague to restrain him if he was tempted to " beat his brains in ".
  • Pat Riley gets a front-row look Friday night at the players who are bound to beat his brains in, should he stick around a few more years with his future Eastern Conference also-rans.
  • "You can't think of Curt Schilling and think,'Let's go beat his brains out, "'Yankees manager Joe Torre said, " because you really have to do the little things ."
  • Woods once said that he comes into every tournament he plays believing he can win, with the goal to win, and his performance so far has earned him the respect of one of the players who will be trying to beat his brains out weekly.
  • After the war, Iverson enrolled in Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, taking advantage of government support for ex-servicemen and under threat from an Air Force buddy who said he would " beat his brains out if he did not grasp the opportunity ".