Recently I've heard the expression "mud in your eye" from people having a drink together and making a toast. I don't know if it's american English.
Anybody could explain the meaning and origin of this expression.
I found this when I googled.He declared . . . the latter British expression “Mud in your eye” derived from World War II when bombs exploded, soldiers in trenches that were just temporarily blinded by receiving mud in their eyes were very thankful to be alive. Thus when the British expression is used, it wishes long life, and good health . . .