Used as an expression of sympathy when someone else
has to do something really unpleasant
You can use this phrase in ………… language.
“I’m having a conversation with the boss this afternoon. To be honest, I don’t know what to expect.”
“Ugh, rather you than me, he’s really scary.”
“I’ve got to have my blood tested this week, so I’ll probably spend some time in a hospital waiting room.”
“Well, rather you than me, I hate hospitals, blood or waiting for that matter.”