(one) has made (one's) bed

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(one) has made (one's) bed

One must endure the unpleasant situation that they have created. A shortened version of "(one) has made (one's) bed and (one) will have to lie in it" (and all similar variations). I don't feel at all bad that he has no friends after having sold everyone out on his way to the top. He's made his bed.
See also: bed, made
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I just want to go home, but my wife says that will never happen and that I've made my bed and can rot in it.
Many thanks for your emails and letters, which included the following poetic contribution from Anna Mahon, of Norris Green: "Liverpool is a great place to live because it's where I was born and bred, a place that flows with talent, it's where I've made my bed.
I just want to go home but my wife says that will never happen and that I've made my bed and can rot in it.
Yes, I could have done the 400 - but I've made my bed and now I'll lie in it.
RACE "The cheeky image doesn't bother me because to a certain degree I've made my bed with the chatshow and Question of Sport so you don't knock it, it was magic fun.
It was my decision - I've made my bed and now I've got to lie in it.
But she says I've made my bed and now I've got to lie on it.