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. A: "Hey, nice haircut. Did you use a hedge trimmer?" B: "Oh, go suck an egg."
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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.
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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.
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