let me be the judge of that
This page is about the conversational phrase let me be the judge of that
You can say this if someone gives advice or an opinion that angers you, esp. if they have no right to do so.
- When someone said our marketing plan wasn't working, our CMO said, "Let me be the judge of that!"
- "I think your daughter needs psychological help."
"Let me be the judge of that, thank you! It's got nothing to do with you!"
Also "I'll be the judge of that"
Simon said, "Let me be the judge of that!" He didn't
Contributor: Matt Errey