Is it rude to say Suit yourself?

Is it rude to say Suit yourself?

“Suit yourself” is almost never rude or downright impolite, but depending on tone may come across as snippy, judgemental, or negative. None of these are rude or impolite as such, albeit disrespectful in some cases.

What suits you mean?

If a hat looks good on you, it suits you. In fact, you can say of just about anything you like, “That suits me.” Like a well-fitting suit, when something suits you, you enjoy it and feel comfortable with it.

What does it mean be my guest?

—used in speech to say that someone is welcome to do or take something”Could I borrow your pen?” “Sure, be my guest.”

How do you respond to be a guest?

Go ahead. Be my guest. You could also use this phrase in response to questions like: Can I use your bathroom?…You’re welcome.Go ahead. Be my guest.My pleasure.That’s very kind of you.You shouldn’t have.

Will you be my guest?

You say be my guest to someone to politely give them permission to do something.