I've been wondering about the meaning of the following phrase: "Who has forever anyway".
Can anyone explain me what it is about ?
It should be "Who has forever anyway?" with a question mark. More context would help, but it probably means "Who has an unlimited amount of time (to live), anyway?", probably meant as a rhetorical question with the implied or expected answer "Nobody".

I wouldn't really call it an "idiom".
Thank you