Middle of Fucking Nowhere. A concept people from densely populated areas like Connecticut can't comprehend existing in the U.S. where the Plains, the West, and the South have villages and towns of almost a hundred people who live hours from anyone else.
"I was on that dating site and saw this beautiful girl the other day."
"Did you contact her?"
"No, she lives in MOFN. Gorgeous or not, I'm not driving two hours each way into Deliverance country -- Get a flat tire, hear banjos."
A curiously Republican concept in which people in the U.S. will voluntarily leave the country. Originally coined in 1994 by Daniel D. Portado as a sarcastic protest to California Proposition 187 (anti-immigration proposition) and re-introduced by Mitt Romney in 2012 during a Republican Presidential debate but completely missing the sarcasm.
1) Romney said his Administration would not round up illegal immigrants and deport them but they would have to leave the country to apply for citizenship so they would leave by self-deportation, i.e. self-deport.
2) Republicans and conservatives keep telling us that if tax rates go up, the super-rich will self-deport to Europeansocialist countries with lower tax rates.