Also, if you don't like it you can lump it. Whether or not you want to, as in Like it or lump it, we're staying home this summer. The origin of lump in this idiom is unclear; one writer believes it to be a euphemism for STUFF IT, a not unreasonable conjecture. [Early 1800s]
American Heritage Idioms
Phrase(s): Like it or lump it!
Inf. There is no other choice. Take that or none. • John: I don’t like this room. It’s too small. Bill: Like it or lump it. That’s all we’ve got. • Jane: I don’t want to be talked to like that. Sue: Well, like it or lump it! That’s the way we talk around here.
McGrawhill's American Idioms And Phrasal Verbs