Warning: the English language I would like to know of a Korean equivalent for is rude, and contained in the examples below.
Friend A: We need to start walking now, or we're going to be late. Where's John?
Friend B: Aaah, fuck him. He can meet us there.
From this example, we can understand that B wishes to disregard John's feelings/needs, and is suggesting to A that they leave without him. We might understand friend B to be a little angry with John for being late.
Another common phrase in English is:
Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke
which means that if someone should be ignored if they don't have a sense of humour.
What construction(s) could be used to express these examples in Korean?