And how better to take it than by loudly telling sweaty old men with wandering hands simply to sod off
If The Husband told me to floor it at 110mph because he was late I'd tell him to sod off
But if he doesn't sod off
, for the time being at least, he's in danger of ruining his reputation for ever.
They will be able to pay their own way in the world because they told the banks and bondholders to sod off
Now I think it's time to book a flight and sod off
somewhere hot where it doesn't really happen.
And the attendance allowance is now so abused it has been dubbed the so-so payment - the sign on, sod off
payment - where MEPs log attendance at a meeting then disappear.
Oh, hang on - they can't, because America would tell them to sod off
if they dared to ask for state support.
If I wasn't pregnant, I'd have had it out with him by now and probably told him to sod off
This has notoriously become known as the ``so-so'' system - sign on, sod off
- because of a habit of Euro-MPs of signing the attendance register to claim the cash before heading straight for the airport.
If those same people had told Jodi how to bring up her little girl she'd have quite rightly told them to sod off
At 41, I've got to that age where I think if men don't want to approach me they can sod off
He said: "We've only ever seen glimpses of the player he could be and most fans think if he is not happy at a fantastic club like Villa, then he can just sod off