Don't say it!

don't say it

I know what you're about to say, and I don't want to hear it. I know I look bad, so don't say it. The kids kept me up half the night!
See also: say

Don't say it!

I don 't want to hear it!; I know, so you don't have to say it. John (joking): What is that huge pile of stuff on your head? Bill:Don't say it! I know I need a haircut.
See also: say
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If you have nothing good to say don't say it! Email: utalk2ctalk@gmail.com
But Ariana Grande's mother hit back at Piers and said: "If you have nothing nice to say, don't say it!" Piers replied that his mother taught him to speak his mind and "never be afraid to express honestly held opinion".
"Didn't your mother ever teach you, if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it! You came for @TheEllenShow yesterday which was disgraceful, she is an angel.
Thing is, the promise of destination telly can't get you out of this one, not when Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny (PLEASE DON'T SAY IT! It's not Crackerjack you know) and his smug pals or Gary Barlow and his even smugger ones are the only things on the box worth avoiding Tuesday night.
Don't Say It! pounds 9.97 Pick up a card and describe the word without using the most obvious words associated with it.
We come up to the corner of his house, and they go, 'Please Mum, don't say it!'" she added.
"If you don't want to be quoted on something, don't say it! I hate being fed something good and then get immediately shot down with the old, 'but don't quote me on that.'" He gives this advice: "You can get burnt -maybe not in print, but reporters are human, and you know how some people like to run their mouths!"
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