I am looking for a specific US expression. An informal way of saying "all right, come on in" to a very good friend in a situations as follows:
- The (drunk) friend who is barging into my
suitsuite unexpectedly, and asks me to let him enter.
- The friend who is calling me around midnight to ask me to let him stay the night in my house.
Can I use "Barge in!" as an
cool informal way of saying "come in"?
'Hi buddy, the girlfriend has kicked me out. May I stay at your place here tonight?'
'Hm... Well, you party bummer, barge in!'
I'am looking for the exact English equivalent of Russian "заваливайся" (barge in), "вваливайся" (flock in), "проходи" (move on) or even more specifically "ладно, заваливайся", "ладно, проходи". I mean more rough, corky and informal equivalent of "come on in!", "move on!"...
Thanks for your comments! I see the expressions like "get your ... in" and "get your ... over" can be used to reproduce the required meaning.