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Thread: To each her own


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    To each her own

    A:I'm so happy to be here with others who love P&P as much as I do. None of my friends and family like classic movies and books so I often have no one to discuss them with. I'm so happy to know that I'm not a weirdo.

    B: My husbands and friends think I'm a little obsessed, too. But, to each her own!


    What is 'to each her own'?

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    Re: To each her own

    Every person is entitled to her or his own likes and dislikes.


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    Re: To each her own

    Thank you for answering my questions.
    Is it OK to say "to each his own"? Her/His own means Her/His own opinion?

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    Re: To each her own

    Yes, you can use his or her, and opinion is usually what it means.

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