go jump in the lake

go jump in a/the lake

To go away and leave one alone because what is being done or said is very irritating. Often used as an imperative. A: "The experiment might work better if you actually knew what you were supposed to be mixing together." B: "You know what, Jenny? Why don't you jump in a lake?"
See also: go, jump, lake

go (and) jump in the lake

go away and stop being a nuisance. informal
1998 New Scientist He is in some unexplained way independent of his genes…if they don't like what he does, his genes can go jump in the lake.
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go (and) jump in a/the ˈlake

(spoken) used to tell somebody in a rude way to go away or to stop doing something: I’m sick of you and your stupid questions. Go and jump in the lake!She made me so angry that I told her to go jump in a lake.
See also: go, jump, lake
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Advice to MWSS who didn't see it coming and Manila No-Water hiding behind "operational adjustments": Go jump in the lake, the drier the better!
Go jump in the lake! That should disrupt your routine.
If that's the case, go jump in the lake if only to appease Mother Nature.