What's the meaning: You need to chill yourself.

May 1, 2011 5:54am CST
Anyone can explain it, thanks!
3 responses
@tiina05 (2319)
• Philippines
1 May 11
hello, You experience to hear this words when you are getting mad into something. "You need to chill yourself" means that you need to relax and take it easy, so that you dont feel that you are really mad. hope it help
• China
1 May 11
Thank you very much.
1 May 11
If you mean "Chill out", it means to calm down. It's an American derivative of "Cool down", which comes from the idea that someone gets "hot under the collar" when they get angry. "Gah, I hate this! I hate it, I hate it! It makes me so angry!" "Chill out, dude."
• China
1 May 11
Thank you a lot!
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
3 Oct 11
It really depends on different situation. If someone told you to chill out after you stress out, it means that you need to get relaxed or something. If you are bored, and someone told you to chill yourself, they might ask you to get some fun out there. That is the meaning I guess.