Top Definition
A statement that when announced, implies that Murphy's Law will soon be put into effect.

This phrase's origins date to games of Trivial Pursuit; when a player lands on a question for a piece of pie, they would typically announce it to the other players. "I'll take Sports and Leisure...for pie." This would automatically ensure that they would have to answer the most difficult question to continue, something that scientists have empirically linked to having announced "for pie."
Female Driver: Don't worry, I drive 90mph everywhere I go, and never get speeding tickets.
Male Passenger: Ooooh...for pie.
Police Siren: *siren*
by John Squinky Hardin April 22, 2008

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