This page is about the conversational phrase suit yourself
This is a way of telling someone to do what they want to do, esp. if they've ignored your advice or your wishes and you're annoyed with them.
- Bill said he wouldn't stop drinking alcohol, and his doctor said, "Suit yourself, Bill. But you'll regret this decision in the future."
- "I'm not going to college, Dad. I don't care what you say."
"OK, suit yourself. But don't blame me when you end up working in a fast food restaurant."
When Emma said she didn't want the job, her husband said, "Suit yourself.
Contributor: Matt Errey