One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to warn someone that an unwise act or decision is their responsibility.‘“I won't discuss it.” “Don't then—it's your funeral.”’
responsibility, problem, worry, concern, business, affairView synonyms
- ‘But that's the way it is - and it's their funeral, in more ways than one.’
- ‘If they want to continue to act like animals, well, it's their funeral and at least we taxpayers won't have to pony up for the casket.’
- ‘Vanzetti and his coworker shrugged, ‘All right then, but it's your funeral.’’
- ‘‘All right, it's your funeral,’ he said, stepping away from the door to Shaidanna's room and gesturing him through.’
- ‘At first, Elminster refuses to play this game, then thinks, what the hell, it's his funeral.’
- ‘If you'll excuse the cliché, go ahead but it's your funeral.’
- ‘If they want to play that game, it's their funeral, not mine.’
- ‘As far as I'm concerned, if they want to post something incriminating, it's their funeral.’
- ‘If they want to bury their heads in the sand and keep saying, ‘I'm alright Jack ’, then it's their funeral.’
- ‘The constable sighed, ‘All right, bud, it's your funeral.’’
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