1.a person who thinks they hott but they a pretender.
by Brian M November 19, 2003
A phrase used most commonly when you are threatening somebody and said person does not believe you will actually execute these threats.

In other words, said person may believe their situation to be sweet, or safe from harm, when in reality, you will execute these threats and potentially win in a battle of fisticuffs.

Thus, the altercation has reached a new level, because by saying this sacred phrase, you have established your credibility as a threat to this person’s wellbeing, and exercised your ability to make valid threats.
Jake: Aye man, keep talking that good sh*t. You won’t do nothing.

Craig: Oh, so you think it’s sweet, huh?
by Louisswagu October 23, 2019
It means the same as the phrases, "you bet your ass" and, "you bet your dick and balls".
That is, you're absolutely, positively, 100% certain about the final outcome of a situation.
{Seen on a website about flashlights, LEDs, and lasers}:
I tried to cut through the outer casing to bare metal with the blade of a Swiss army knife, and with some minor difficulty, I was able to do so. This shows the unit has a Type II anodized finish to it (...)
Would I really cut up a brand spanken new $450.00 laser? You bet your sweet patootie I would, if it's in the name of science.
by Telephony May 28, 2015
When you want to put someone visibly crying in their place
by Nosages October 25, 2020
When someone is visibly crying and you need to put them in there place
by NOSAGEES October 25, 2020