Sorry Donald. People have been using this phrase way before you even dreamed of having a show. It was fist used to fire someone from a job. This usage has dropped of though because saying "You're Fired" might spark emotion. Instead now HR people use the words terminated or released to let someone know they were "Let Go".

My friends have been using it forever when someone screws up and they are pissed.
Example 1)
Donald: You're Fired
Me: I'm sooo over this show

Example 2)
Me: Oops I forgot to grab the camera honey.
Honey: You're Fired. I'm going to find me a new boyfriend.
by Bryansix May 26, 2005
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Shows that your services are no longer required; the catch-phrase of Donald Trump from "The Apprentice."
Donald Trump wants to trademark this phrase; talk about slick marketing.
by cevikes March 30, 2004
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A term coined by Donald Trump on his show "The Apprentice" even though bosses used it all the time before. Now anyone who watched five minutes of it thinks it's THE ABSOLUTE SHIT and uses it to say "YOU SUCK!" or "LOSER!" or something of the sort.
by jewpoints September 23, 2004
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Said when you're no longer needed at a job and to be fired. Also what Donald trump AKA the trumpster says on the new hit reality show 'The apprentice."
"Omerosa, you're fired!"
by Scratch DJ June 09, 2004
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Phrase that made a Billionaire...a little bit more rich, like he needed it in the first place.
Donald, since you have enough $ to last you your lifetime plus, YOU'RE FIRED....I'm the new spokesperson for The Apprentice!!!
by Andi March 11, 2005
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