"To throw-up on one's self"

Brad Vest SDCharger15 at AOL.COM
Fri Sep 6 07:00:16 UTC 2002

Alright, I was recently involved in the discussion on stealing first base and
was in the midst of reading a golf book (Bud, Sweat, and Tears) and came
across a line that I would love to know the history of.  I've heard it said
before and it almost always refers to someone choking under the pressure but
the line is:
"You are doing well coming into the last couple holes, don't throw up on
Kind of curious where this saying came from, to "throw up on one's self".


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