(one) has made (one's) bed

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(one) has made (one's) bed

One must endure the unpleasant situation that they have created. A shortened version of "(one) has made (one's) bed and (one) will have to lie in it" (and all similar variations). I don't feel at all bad that he has no friends after having sold everyone out on his way to the top. He's made his bed.
See also: bed, made
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But we've got to get on with it, we've made our bed and we have to lie in it for now.
We've made our bed. It might look like that Tracey Emin art installation job with the manky messed-up quilt and dirty knickers lying around but we are going to need to lie in it.
Cavanagh revealed: "We've made our bed and we have to lie on it.
The apparent perception of Gateshead's council/lottery-funded initiatives appears to be that we've made our bed and now we're going to lie in it.
``We're in the position where these games are really important to us and I'd rather they were important for different reasons, but we've made our bed so we have to lie in it,'' said Strachan.
"The plan is to go for the Champion Hurdle so, as far as sticking to two miles is concerned, we've made our bed and will have to sleep in it.
Coltart pointed to the defeat by Paraguay in 1993 and our loss to India two years ago, and said: "We've made our bed and we've had to lie on it.
Does that mean that we have better relationships, or just that we life by the belief that if we've made our bed we must lie in it.
That's all Walter was trying to say - we've made our bed of nails and now we need to lie on it for as long as it takes to bend the game back into shape.
We've made our beds, so to speak, so we sleep in them.