go to your room

go to your room

A literal command typically issued by a parent to a child to have them stay in their room for a period of time as a punishment. Go to your room and think about what you've done! If you can't behave at the dinner table, then go to your room!
See also: go, room

Go to your room!

verb
See also: go
References in classic literature ?
Go to your room and stay there until you are ready to confess."
"And if you flick one more piece of cheese," I finally lost it, "you will go to your room for the REST OF YOUR USEFUL LIFE!" So when Jesse is finally allowed out of her room - sometime in 2095 - she'll notice that a few rules have changed around here.
You must taste ALL food, or you will go to your room.
If you spit out any food, you will go to your room.
I finally lost it: "You will go to your room for the rest of your life"
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"Go to Your Room!" These are familiar words to kids of all ages, but with a new twist this time.