Your family's not yanking you out for some business reason.
Six days later their parents came and yanked them out.
John felt like the rug had been yanked out from under him.
It was as if the floor had been yanked out from under her feet.
"My goal in life just got yanked out from under me."
In fact, they yanked out a few teeth from a couple guys right then and there.
Just enough - I yanked out the paper and stared.
The killer held on as he yanked out a gun.
"Your arms must be just about yanked out by the roots."
She felt as if her very heart was being yanked out.
The whole world could be ripped out from under you.
He said they cut open the body and ripped out the heart.
In your place, I would likely rip my hair out.
It looked like someone had tried to rip my heart out.
I want to rip out his heart and show it to him.
Or he'll just have somebody pay you a visit and rip out your arms.
After all, it did show a man's heart being ripped out.
"His mother has had part of her heart ripped out."
So what I want to know is: does your heart feel like it's being ripped out?
I'm really looking forward to getting this thing in my brain ripped out.
Maybe he'd stop feeling as if his heart had been torn out.
Just looking at the dead child was enough to tear out my heart.
I would tear my hair out after five minutes of those games.
Likely she was just trying to make him tear out his hair.
His arms felt as if they would be torn out.
There was also the problem of tearing out what had been done before.
Some tore out their own eyes because of what they were seeing.
It felt as if he were tearing his heart out.
Even if she had to tear out that heart a moment later.
He had to tear it out with his other hand.
I looked up at him, and my voice ripped out of me.
We must not rip the heart out of the bill.
I knew he could have ripped them out of the floor.
Peter ripped the staff out of the old man's hands.
Then he tried to rip the camera out of my hand.
One seems as if it had just been ripped out of the earth.
It had been ripped out of his hands by the American.
A moment later, the tree was ripped out of the earth.
He didn't mean to, but it just ripped out of him.
"He ripped the paper out of my hand and ran."