throw up on oneself
 v. phr.— «Here he is at Baltusrol, spared in the midst of another meltdown by nature’s compassion. How long can the fans in this results-oriented metropolis continue tolerating a player who, to use golfing vernacular, keeps throwing up on himself?» —“Forget weather, golfers were all wet” by Bob Dicesare Buffalo News Aug. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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