there's no point
This page is about the conversational phrase there's no point
You can say this if you think someone's doing something, or thinking of doing something, that is pointless or sure to fail.
- "I'll talk to him, OK?"
"There's no point. He won't listen to you."
- "They cheated me! I'm going smash their shop windows!"
"Look, there's no point in doing that. It'll just make matters worse."
I said I'd ask the bank for a loan, and my wife said, "There's no point.
Contributor: Matt Errey