Bite the bullet –
decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over.
To “bite the bullet” is to “accept the inevitable impending hardship and endure the resulting pain with fortitude”. The phrase was first recorded by Rudyard Kipling in his 1891 novel The Light that Failed. It has been suggested that it is derived historically from the practice of having a patient clench a bullet in their teeth as a way to cope with the pain of a surgical procedure without anesthetic.
I guess I have to bite the bullet, and accept the challenge to
Bullet point your entire day
I am number one with a bullet. Now you know all about me, and realize how little that actually is. If you promise to stop by again soon, I promise something of a little more truth and substance.