rather you than me
This page is about the conversational phrase rather you than me
You can say this if someone has to do something that you wouldn't like or want to do.
- "I have to get up at 5 o'clock tomorrow morning."
"Rather you than me."
- When my brother said he had to give a speech, I said, "Rather you than me. I hate giving speeches."
Also "Rather him than me", "Rather her than me", and "Rather them than me".
Sue said, "I'll be running a marathon," and Kim said, "Rather you than me.
Contributor: Matt Errey