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To write or say something particularly tasteless, offensive or out-of-touch without even realizing it. Originates from Deadspin's coverage of sports columnist Mark Whicker's piece about the wacky things that happened in the sports world while recently-found kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard spent 18 years living in a shed.
Whicker signed off the piece with two of the worst sentences ever written: "Congratulations, Jaycee. You left the yard."
- Did you read that Bill Simmons column comparing Tiger Woods' sex scandal to Muhammad Ali refusing to fight in Vietnam?
- Yeah, he really did leave the yard on that one.