A phrase used before one reveals something that is particularly exciting or surprising. Oh boy, have I got news for you—Becca's engaged!A: "Have I got something for you!" B: "Brownies! Yay, thank you!"See also: have
have I got news for you
Used to indicate that one is about to reveal something they expect will be very surprising to the other person. A: "I've always wanted to see Paris." B: "Well then have I got news for you! We're going there this summer for our anniversary!"A: "The company should survive the quarter financially, so long as nothing disrupts our production schedule." B: "Hoo boy, have I got news for you."See also: have, news
Have I got something for you!
Inf. I have something really exciting for you! (Said earnestly, before saying or showing something surprising or exciting.) Have I got something for you! Wait'll you hear about it!Have I got something for you! You're gonna love it.See also: haveSee also: