Top Definition
an informal nicer phrase for telling people to learn to do something on their own, rather than wait for someone to do it for them their entire lives.
(after father stops speaking on the phone)

son: Dad, please tie my shoe-laces for me?

father: well, if you haven't learnt en temps et lieux utiles how to tie your shoe-laces, now would be a good enough time for you to learn. Right now, just shove off, and brew your own vegetable soup. I refuse to tie your shoes for you for the rest of your life.

son (shrugging): oh well, At least, i have manners,I dind't lol interrupt my dad while he was on the phone. And I said 'please'
by Sexydimma October 15, 2012

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