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“Everyone knows by now that he's not exactly into excess body fat (he used to have so much of it, after all), and when it comes to the perennial fray over pin-thin models, he just can't help but enter foot-in-mouth territory.”
“When asked about gaffes made by Republican candidates across the country, Steele poked fun at himself: "Lord knows, I'm familiar with foot-in-mouth disease.”
“He also has foot-in-mouth disease, a condition similar to that of the likes of Sean Penn and Tim Robbins.”
“Lord knows I'm familiar with foot-in-mouth disease.”
“Pelosi is just as famous for foot-in-mouth comments as any other demoncrat.”
“After the article that rocked the food-blogging world (which was nasty, sneaky and unfair ... and also made some very valid points that I am still thinking about) last month, the lady mag is back in fine foot-in-mouth form with a new article titled "Should Fatties Get a Room (Even on TV)?”
“The Antiques were amazed that the Fetus Tribe had voted out Shannon, their strongest male player, in their first elimination, but then, The Antiques didn't get to see his amazing, homophobic, foot-in-mouth, angry meltdown at Tribal Council.”
“TUT, good luck coming back from that foot-in-mouth session.”
“Yeah he seems to have a classic case of foot-in-mouth disease, which only republicans seem to get these days ..”
“Something everyone should keep tacked nearby as a reminder against foot-in-mouth syndrome.”
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