damn the consequences

damn the consequences

A phrase used when one intends to do something despite it likely having a negative effect or outcome. They decided to party the night before the exam and damn the consequences.
See also: consequence, damn

ˈdamn the consequences, expense, etc.

(spoken) used to say that you are going to do something even though you know it may be expensive, have bad results, etc: Let’s celebrate and damn the expense!
See also: damn
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I further assume they are in agreement with their "Leave Europe and Damn the Consequences" party leader Nigel Farage who in future elections is desperate to reach a similar agreement with the Tory party.
Whereas Piers will blunder in, say whatever he likes and damn the consequences. And I kind of admire that."
And I mean totally abandoned, by friend, foe, stranger, every group where people gather and where anyone in the world can put the skids under you and damn the consequences? Come in Theresa May.
But it's election year, and legislators are going for broke to corner as much of the national funds as possible to ensure their political survival, damn the consequences to the nation's economic health.
Those days, you come out with something you know is true and damn the consequences, but, these days, a journalist can plot the story and plant it on the innocent and create some sensationalism, as top headline news, to blow everything out of proportion.
It is, in fact, hard to see a leader who has enough conviction to damn the consequences and swim against the current towards a hostile direction that he alone has seen as the only realistic choice left.
It has driven a hard bargain to deter future withdrawals.Four, at home Mrs May faces opposition from Conservatives who want a hard Brexit (damn the consequences) who are opposed to those who want a soft Brexit, who don't like her Brexit deal and those who want her to go because she is the problem and not Brexit.
Where containing Saah Nimley was concerned Bristol's gameplan appeared straight out of the General Patton guide to getting the job done: do your duty as you see it and damn the consequences.
"It's being driven to some extent by the wish to placate hard-line Brexiteers who have a 'damn the consequences' attitude," he said.
Microsoft has decided that the only way to truly secure the solution is to push everyone towards Windows 10 and damn the consequences. Enthusiasts will find solutions to these problems - but they won't likely be as robust as MS just acknowledging the need to keep systems as secure as possible, and not to put its own preferences ahead of the practical need of millions of users.
Does he report it and bring undue attention to himself, or should he take matters into his own hands, and damn the consequences? In "Truth Always Kills", author Rick Ollerman the author of Turnabout / Shallow Secrets (9781933586472, $19.95 PB, $4.99 Kindle, 256pp), has penned another terrific suspense thriller that will engage and hold the reader's rapt attention from first page to last.
Let's all do our own thing and damn the consequences!
Its like an itch they must scratch, damn the consequences.
Ask a question, you will get an answer - and damn the consequences.