screw it

screw it

(rude)
I do not care what happens or what someone does She didn't want to see the movie, but I thought, screw it, I'm going anyway.
Usage notes: usually used when the speaker is annoyed
See also: screw
References in classic literature ?
Pumblechook worked his head like a screw to screw it out of me, and said, "Is forty-three pence seven and sixpence three fardens, for instance?
When you screw the nozzle back on, screw it only hand tight.
For the second half of the Administration, the message was to the Republicans -- don't screw it up with impeachment even though we're not proud of the many legal and ethical breaches by the White House.
Bush, Gore continues, with his risky tax schemes and his inexperience, is going to screw it up.