go pound salt

go pound salt

To go and engage in pointless, menial efforts or labor. Used as an imperative to express disdain, contempt, or dismissal. A variant of the more common expression "go pound sand." I can't believe Sam told his teacher to go pound salt. Where does that kid get such attitude? Charles, why don't you go pound salt instead of coming around here hassling me about my business?
See also: pound, salt
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I told them to go pound salt because I didn't need a hydro service that bad," Jolliffe says.