26E
Something bad; a lousy or unfortunate situation; originally taken from sitting in Seat 26E on an airplane which is cramped, toward the back, and right next to the commode.
After giving up 6 runs in the first inning, it was clear that the pitcher was 26E tonight.
by Bemt August 24, 2006

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