Do Yourself (or Oneself) an Injury

Meaning of Idiom ‘Do Yourself an Injury’ When someone tells you “you’ll do yourself an injury” they mean you will hurt yourself, either receiving physical harm or some other damage to yourself, whether emotional, professional, financial, etc. This informal idiom is usually meant as a warning against a certain action. Although the expression rarely used, … Read more

Add Insult To Injury

An English idiom with Ancient roots. Meaning To add insult to injury is to make a bad situation become worse by saying or doing something. It is to upset someone once, with some remark or action, and then to do something else which compounds the original insult, or to add to the injury of something … Read more