What does the phrase "you out here" mean?
"You're out here" is just a very informal way of saying "you are" or "you're [doing x] here." You can use this in casual conversation but it is very casual and usually used as a point of emphasis and to add humour. Ex: You got me out here doing yard work at six in the morning? Nah. Ex: What are y'all doing out here? It's thirty degrees out, come back inside.
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