“Suit yourself”: idiom meaning.
- Suit yourself
- Do what you want to do, I don’t care anymore. Often used when you are angry because someone doesn’t want to do what you want him/her to do or doesn’t appreciate what you have prepared for him/her and wants to do something different.
Other examples of “suit yourself” idiom in a sentence
- – I don’t think I’ll come to Tim’s birthday party. – Ok, suit yourself. I’m going!
- Ok, suit yourself. I just wanted to make you a nice surprise.
- – I’m not sure I want to participate.- Ok, suit yourself.
“Suit yourself”: use in context explanation
Gina and Dick have decided to go for a walk in the woods. Gina likes the idea very much and it reminds her of the times when she was a child and she was a girl scout. She’s prepared special scouts hats for both of them. She thinks they are cute but Dick is of a different opinion. He hates the hats and thinks they are ridiculous and embarrassing. He says he doesn’t want to wear one. Gina answers: “Suit yourself” and laughs because a bird is going to poop on Dicks head.