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stuff (someone)/that!

A rude and angry expression of disgust or dissatisfaction with someone or something, especially indicating that one doesn't want to be associated with the person or do the thing in question. A: "The manager said all staff have to be in tomorrow at 6 AM to help with the stock check." B: "Stuff that! There's no way I'm coming in that early!" She treated you like garbage, and now she expects you to help her with the business? Stuff her!
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stuff him, that, etc.

(spoken, informal) used to show strong dislike of somebody or a refusal to do what they want: ‘Switch that radio off, I’m trying to work!’ ‘Stuff you, I’ll do what I like!’He wants me to do extra work this week. Well, he can stuff it!
See also: stuff
References in classic literature ?
I fancy, that reading is not merely a pastime when it is apparently the merest pastime, but that a certain measure of mind-stuff is used up in it, and that if you are using up all the mind stuff you have, much or little, in some other way, you do not read because you have not the mind-stuff for it.
If you're drawing Social Security, pay attention to what I have to say: Get rid of the stuff you can't take with you when you shuffle off this mortal coil, pass into the sunset, pass on.
That will help you get rid of the stuff you can't take with you when you shuffle off this mortal coil, pass into the sunseta.
The stuff you turn to for moist and delicious stuffing during the holiday season can also be the source of culinary inspiration throughout the year.
After every revolutionary period they always have a period where they revise it and say: All that stuff you think happened, didn't happen--the Rodney King syndrome ("can't we all just get along").
Wreck Collection, a double gatefold LP on Gem Blandsten, spans their 4-5 year span with some alternative versions of stuff you (hopefully) might have heard.
You can even learn stuff you didn't know about each other.
Their new live CD on TKO called Live From the Justice League is a step 20-odd years back in time, and the kind of stuff you would find on an old Punk and Disorderly comp (well, "Woman in Disguise" was on P&D 3) If you want to try something funny with your CD, listen to the first three seconds of each track and all you 11 hear--over and over--is "This one's called.