(the) more fool you

(the) more fool you
(the) more fool you/him/her/etc spoken phrase
used for saying that you think someone is doing something stupid

Well, more fool you if you give him any more of your money!

Thesaurus: ways of saying someone is stupid or sillysynonym
Main entry: fool

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