Expressions to tell somebody to keep to himself and mind his own business: “Why don’t you just ________.”
This question was slightly altered from the 1965–70 question.
|MIND YOUR OWN BEESWAX||7|
|MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS||5|
|GO FLY A KITE||4|
|KEEP YOUR NOSE OUT OF MY BUSINESS||4|
|STAY OUT OF IT||2|
|GO PEDDLE YOUR PAPERS||1|
|KEEP YOUR OPINIONS TO YOURSELF||1|
|TAKE A FLYING LEAP||1|
|TAKE CARE OF YOUR OWN||1|
|TEND TO YOUR OWN AFFAIRS||1|
|TEND TO YOUR OWN BUSINESS||1|
|TEND TO YOUR OWN KNITTING||1|
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