Green’s Dictionary of Slang

fuck you! excl.

also f.u.! fuck yourself! f-you!

a general excl. of dismissal, contempt, I don’t believe you! go to hell! nonsense! don’t make me laugh!

[US]H. McCoy They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? in Four Novels (1983) Ch. 13: ‘—— you,’ Gloria said.
[UK] ‘Horseferry Road’ in M. Page Kiss Me Goodnight, Sgt.-Major (1973) 114: Fuck you! I just came from the trenches in France, / Where [...] brave men were dying for shit-bags like you.
[US]S.J. Perelman letter 23 Nov. in Crowther Don’t Tread on Me (1987) 119: The phrase ‘Fuck you, big boy’ trembled on my lips.
[US]A. Baraka Slave in Three Negro Plays (1969) Act I: Oh, fuck you, fuck you ... just fuck you, that’s all. Just fuck you!
[US]E. Tidyman Shaft 100: ‘Fuck you!’ he shouted.
[UK]A. Burgess 1985 (1980) 149: Fuck you, matey.
[US]Pileggi & Scorsese Goodfellas [film script] 29: Fuck you, pay me.
[UK]J. Cameron It Was An Accident 144: Fuck yourself is what I say.
[US]C. Hiaasen Lucky You 120: ‘Fuck yourself,’ said Chub, though secretly he worried that Bode might be right.
[Aus]Age (Melbourne) Good Weekend 20 Nov. 77/3: You feel the same generalized contempt for them [...] with their fat arses and shiny holsters carring their cups of tea and their little cakes. F... youse all!
[US]J. Lerner You Got Nothing Coming 83: You know what, Kansas? I really don’t give a rat’s fuck for what your precious woods think. As a matter of fact, fuck them, and if you have a problem with my choice of chess partners [...] then fuck you too!
[UK]Shystie ‘Gutter’ [lyrics] F.U. if you don’t like me.
Capetown News 24 Online 30 May [Internet] Almost snow-white Springboks team is a big F-you to Madiba.

In exclamations

fuck you, Charley!

a general excl. of dismissal; often reversed as Chuck you, Farley!, but fooling no one.

[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 160: The term’s built-in aggression also is evident in such oft-heard expressions as fuck it, fuck you (Jack or Charlie).
J. Patterson Thomas Berryman Number 134: That’s their way of saying fuck you, Charlie.
E. Baker Ebenezer 121: ‘Fuck you, Charlie,’ said the it who’d become Gretchen.
fuck you, Jack(, I’m all right!) (also bugger you, George, I’m all right!) [orig. naut. catchphrase, denoting utter selfishness and disinterest in the plight of anyone else; general milit. use by WWI and thence to civilians; the best known use is bowdlerized in the film title I’m Alright, Jack (1959), which burlesqued bloody-minded industrial relations]

a general dismissive excl., don’t bother me! I don’t care!; also other exts., e.g. fuck you, Jack, I’ve got mine.

[UK]N&Q 12 Ser. IX 417: The selfish would be rebuked with, ‘It’s all “---- you, Jack, I’m in the lifeboat” with you’.
[UK]‘J.H. Ross’ Mint (1955) 122: Per ardua ad asbestos. What does that mean? All together after me, ‘Fuck you, Jack, I’m fireproof.’.
[UK]Partridge DSUE (1984) 433/1: orig. nautical, late C.19; Services in WW1 [...] hence widespread.
[Aus]L. Glassop We Were the Rats 190: It’s the old army sayin’, ‘Bugger you, George, I’m all right’.
[UK]K. Amis letter 6 Oct. in Leader (2000) 215: They now wire me to say that that will be quite all right, only they expect to make their choice on Saturday. In other words, fack you Jack.
[UK]A. Sillitoe Sat. Night and Sun. Morning 114: In the army it was ‘F— you, Jack, I’m all right.’.
[Aus](con. 1941) R. Beilby Gunner 132: The Jack system, eh? Fuck you Jack, I’m all right.
[US]S. King Dead Zone (1980) 363: Does that sound like fuck you, Jack, I got mine, to you?
[UK](con. 1960) P. Theroux My Secret Hist. (1990) 105: I pulled my cap over my eyes and muttered, ‘Fuck you, Jack.’.
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 160: The term’s built-in aggression also is evident in such oft-heard expressions as fuck it, fuck you (Jack or Charlie).
(con. WWII) D. French Raising Churchill’s Army 128: The instinct for survival was epitomised in the immortal army principle, ‘Fuck you Jack, I’m all right.’.