to each his own


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to each his/her/their own

Everyone has a right to have different preferences or make different choices. I personally wouldn't have chosen such a flashy car, but to each his own. A: "It's a bit of a guilty pleasure, but I really love watching cheesy horror movies." B: "Hey, to each their own. I'm not going to judge you for that."
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To each his own.

Prov. Each person has the right to make choices. A: Bob likes chopped prunes on ice cream! B: To each his own.
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to each his own

One has a right to one's personal preferences, as in I'd never pick that color, but to each his own. Versions of this maxim appeared in the late 1500s but the modern wording was first recorded in 1713.
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