We’ve got our hands cut out for us

This is a mixture of “our work cut out for us”  and “we’ve got our hands full”, both meaning a lot of work is ahead.  There are other phrases involving the word “hands” that might be in play –  “many hands make light work”, all hands”, “helping hands”.    Perhaps the severed hand below will help…

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