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déjà fubar

déjà fubar
 n.— «Déjà fubar |˜dā zh ä ˈfoō˜bär | noun…That sinking feeling that you’ve made this very same mistake before. Maybe even many times before.» —“Déjà fubar” by Andy Hunt Andy’s Blog Oct. 20, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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