Lack of proper nourishment had obviously given me a bad case of foot-in-mouth disease.
Clinton, accustomed to bouts of foot-in-mouth disease ("but I didn't inhale"), has become adept at the fast fix.
I 'can keep myself uselessly occupied with selfflagellation for an entire night when my latest attack of foot-in-mouth disease is severe.
Perhaps he suffers from foot-in-mouth disease (translation: brutal honesty), or maybe he aims to sell more copies of his book by making provocative statements.
But she'd known me long enough; she must know I had foot-in-mouth disease... I had seen Louise before and known that she was beautiful.
One is an artist capable of directing exceptional films, the other a public personality who suffers from flare-ups of foot-in-mouth disease and a fondness for conspiracy theories.
Unlike Mr. Parker's case of "foot-in-mouth disease," that is the scientific value of Gaia.
The turmoil that has engulfed the team is, to a great extent, the result of an epidemic of foot-in-mouth disease.
But then the foot-in-mouth disease struck.
Because early in the campaign Mr. Quayle suffered from a seemingly incurable case of political foot-in-mouth disease.