go fly a kite

go fly a kite  {v. phr.},  {slang}
To go away; leave. Usually used as a command, to show that you do not accept someone's ideas.
Harry was tired of John's advice and told him to go fly a kite.
After Mary stood around telling Sue what was wrong with her dress. Sue told her to go fly a kite.
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