Self-explanatory expression said to others to show them how much they really suck. Good for accidents, falls, slips, faux pas, the spilling of drinks or just general mistakes of etiquette or personhood.

Usually involves the adoption of an alternative voice. Options include:

Please feel free to make up your own.

Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States, was known as "Silent Cal" because he was so miserly with his words.

In a famous incident, as recalled by his wife Grace, a young woman sat down at Coolidge's table at a White House dinner and said, "You really must talk to me, Mr. Coolidge. I made a bet today that I could get more than two words out of you."

Coolidge's reply?

"You lose."

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