I don't think 'going off/out on a whim' is a phrase, but it's easy enough to imagine people saying it or thinking it might be.
Neither of the dictionaries don't say that.
See the whole list below. Very nice found.
. suddenly. If someone goes out on a limb, they do something they strongly believe in even though it is risky or extreme, and is likely to fail or be criticized by.
[count] : a sudden wish, desire, decision, etc. When you have a small, temporary feeling of wanting to do something, it's called a "whim". .
unexpectedly. On kind of a whim Friday night, I made polvorones, or Mexican Wedding Cakes, for the next night's bachelorette party.
On a whim I added some maraschino liqueur and a few dashes of orange bitters to the Auchentoshan, stirred the drink over ice, and sampled it. .
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Go out on a limb definition: to do something risky or extreme , which puts you in a position of weakness | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
the two words together almost choke me. Whim definition: A whim is a wish to do or have something which seems to have no serious reason or purpose. .
Out of a whim meaning. Clearly that construction was inspired by “out on a limb. . . quit his job on a whim.
Amazing selection of Japanese seed beads and Delicas.
Whim definition: A whim is a wish to do or have something which seems to have no serious reason or purpose.
Two words put together to create a whole new meaning.
at the drop of a hat.