go suck an egg
(go) suck a egg
An expression of anger, scorn, or disdain. Primarily heard in US, Canada. Charles: "You never do any chores around the house, you just leave them for the rest of us!" Sam: "Oh, go suck a egg, Charles! I don't have to listen to your crap." I can't believe you told your teacher to suck a egg after she yelled at you.
go suck an eggAMERICAN, INFORMAL
If someone tells you to go suck an egg, they are telling you in a rude way to go away. If she criticizes you again, just tell her to go suck an egg.
go suck an egggo away (used as an expression of anger or scorn). North American informal
1993 Virginian Pilot & Ledger-Star (Norfolk, Va.) A place [in the country] where you can drop a line in the water from your back yard and tell the rest of the world to go suck an egg.