to each his own : Idioms in English

to each his own

A response to differing opinions
Usage:
When Sam said he liked to eat french fries with chocolate syrup, Amy shrugged and said, "To each his own!"

to each his own in News

  • Neymar Upstages Lionel Messi, Scores From 45 Yards Out in Charity Game (Video)

    To each his own. When Lionel Messi gets the ball just inside the halfway line, he likes to dribble his way through defenses before scoring. Neymar, on the other hand, just does whatever comes to his mind. On Wednesday, Neymar scored a wonder-goal from 45 yards out. The ball rolled to the Brazilian sensation, and he […]
    on July 4, 2013 Source: New England Sports Network

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