You are all headed for the hurt locker.
Just sit back and relax, you're in my hurt locker now.
In fact, like so much American military slang, hurt locker (along with related hurt expressions) dates back to the Vietnam War.
By Ben Zimmer
'Hurt' is in reference to suffering or struggling from excessive drinking and 'locker' is in reference to being confined in a small, dark place to escape reality.
"Come on man, come out and drink with us for the game tonight!" "Nah if I do that then I'll end up calling out of work and putting myself in the hurt locker. I have a big meeting tomorrow so I have to avoid that at all costs."
"Hurt locker, there are 4 of us and only 3 of the 4 girls are hot, you're on duty tonight."