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Variation of Murphy's Law in that "What can go wrong, shall go wrong.

Origins: First used during the Roman Empire when Ceasar, dying from the knife wounds of Brutus uttered " This is one hell of a pecander." Later on, during World War II, Winston ChurchHill uttered these most famous words before his staff edited it for the press: These are the pecanders that try men's souls". The most recent use of the word occurred during the Clinton administration when noticing the oval office door wide open and Hillary standing there stated " Monica, don't bother stopping, this pecander can't get any worse.....
Dave, after realizing that Ed had stolen all the Coke, realized the enormous pecander he found himself in if he didn't get more before the conference started.
by WASALL April 28, 2004
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