for your information
This page is about the conversational phrase for your information
You can say this when you're telling someone they're wrong about something, esp. if their mistake has annoyed or insulted you.
- "Excuse me, nurse. Can you..."
"For your information, I'm a doctor - not a nurse!"
- "Why did you lose your last job?"
"I didn't lose it, for your information. I resigned of my own free will!"
You can also use the initialism FYI in emails and tweets, as in "FYI I think he's wrong". This doesn't necessarily have the same tone of annoyance that the spoken phrase usually has.
Joni said angrily, "For your information, I'm Canadian!" Someone had
Contributor: Matt Errey