see for yourself
This page is about the conversational phrase see for yourself
You can say this when showing someone something you've told them about, esp. if they don't believe you.
- "Sophie wouldn't say something like that! She's a lovely girl."
"See for yourself, then. There it is, in her email right there. See?"
- My brother didn't believe me when I said I could see the rings around Saturn, so I gave him my telescope and said, "See for yourself, then!"
If someone says "See for yourself", they want to
Contributor: Matt Errey