go fly a kite

[go fly a kite] {v. phr.}, {slang} To go away; leave. Usually usedas a command, to show that you do not accept someone's ideas.

Harrywas tired of John's advice and told him to go fly a kite.

AfterMary stood around telling Sue what was wrong with her dress. Sue toldher to go fly a kite.

Compare: DROP DEAD, GO JUMP IN THE LAKE.