go to hellinterjection

  • ja知ったことか
  • ena common expression of dismissal

Examples

PLAY
0:26 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, go to hell, Larry.
2.
That's my walking group.
3.
Off to get my files?
4.
No, you will never get the —
5.
Greg!
PLAY
2:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
You wanna hear a new song?
2.
- Oh, I'd love to. - Yeah.
3.
- Okay. - Okay.
4.
Jingle bitch screwed me over.
5.
Go to hell, jingle whore.
6.
Go to hell.
7.
Go to hell.
8.
Go to hell.
9.
That's all I have so far.
PLAY
1:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
Kevin, Jim, Pam, Kelly, Toby, Oscar, Meredith, Phyllis, Stanley, or the temp.
2.
If any of you want to meet me for a drink, I'm gonna be at Poor Richard's.
3.
The rest of you can go to hell!
PLAY
1:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Okay, so she would get on the train in Jersey, dressed as Malcolm, which was her birth name.
2.
And then on the way over from Jersey to New York,
3.
transform into Marsha with beer cans and pop cans for rollers.
4.
She's just like, "I'm Marsha P. Johnson, bitch, and if you don't like it, you go to hell.
5.
Like, "Here I am, hoe. What you gonna do?"
PLAY
1:28 / --:--
Mute
1.
Oh, man! What the hell?!
2.
Babies like you shouldn't even be driving.
3.
Can your pansy-ass even see over the steering wheel?
4.
Go to hell, asshole!
5.
Huh?
6.
Ooh! Oh, yeah.
7.
I love you so much, babe.
PLAY
7:44 / --:--
Mute
1.
Again, a lot of rehearsal, a lot of going back and forth between a real fire extinguisher and a foam one.
2.
How does that feel when you're holding a foam one?
3.
Go to hell!
4.
I'm just so scared you hurt somebody.
5.
They're like, "Come on, let's do it! No, do it for real!"
6.
And you're like, "Okay, ah."
7.
And they're like, "Just do it!"
8.
It was fun, yeah, it was a lot of fun.
PLAY
19:57 / --:--
Mute
1.
Monse vows to go away with him, but he knows this isn't the right choice for her.
2.
So he tells her about hooking up with a barbecue joint employee.
3.
Monse's crushed.
4.
Go to hell!
5.
And this helps her decide about going off to boarding school.
6.
So big changes all around.