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1. A reminder that someone has failed to attend an event/notice an occurrence before it has passed by. Can either be used as a sympathetic reminder, a warning or for playfully or harmfully teasing someone, often used on one individual to defend/support another.

2. A statement made after someone has failed at a goal as sympathetic comfort or as playful or harmful teasing, often used on one individual to defend/support another.
(Victoria throws the ball as her parents watch the game from the stands. Megan swings her bat, but fails to hit the ball, so Emma catches it.) Victoria’s mom: Haha Megan! You missed it!
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by Me. Mr, May 31, 2018
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Jan 22 Word of the Day
Whenever making a congratulatory remark, this is what you say. Made popular by Kamala Harris when she and Joe Biden won the presidency.
Sam: Wow, I can’t believe we just won that relay race!
Cat: we did it Joe 😭😭
by Zozogabobo December 04, 2020
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