New word for turning up nothing – ‘Mueller’d’ – enters the public lexicon.

“Went fishing this morning with zero luck – totally Mueller’d it,” typed Cantfishforshit56.

After the delivery of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s supposed bombshell report on Russian collusion within the Trump Presidency – a report that found zero collusion – a new phrase has entered the public discourse, ‘Mueller’d’, and the internet has grabbed it with both hands.

“Went out Sat night to pick up. Went home alone. Mueller’d again,” typed Honestguy37.

“Went fishing this morning with zero luck – totally Mueller’d it,” typed Cantfishforshit56.

“Thought my boyfriend was going to propose at dinner last night, but no. Totally Mueller’d,” said Livesinhope28.

Gaining traction at any amazing rate, public and government officials around the world are also using the term to get themselves out of sticky situations.

“My Bulldogs haven’t won a game. Mueller’d again,” said head coach, Dean Pay.

“Still haven’t found Malaysian Airlines Flight M370. We’ve totally Mueller’d it,” said the Malaysian government.

“We just can’t seem to reach an agreement on Brexit. Every time we try, I end up getting Mueller’d,” said British Prime Minister, Teresa May.

With the new word ‘Mueller’d’ being adopted around the globe, we look forward to seeing it used in a variety of contexts. Except when Australia plays England in the Ashes of course, we totally don’t want to get Mueller’d then.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. Has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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