might as well | may as well
This page is about the conversational phrase might as well | may as well
You can say this if you think, or agree, that something is the best thing to do given the situation you're in.
- "It doesn't look like stopping. Do you want to go home?"
"Might as well. It's no fun being at the beach when it's raining."
- "Let's take the rest of the pizza home."
"May as well. We've already paid for it."
I said, "Let's go for a walk," and Sue said, "Might as well.
Contributor: Matt Errey