I was double-stabbedPosted: June 5, 2019
The speaker was talking about someone at work who had requested something and then was later penalized for the exact thing. It is a nice congruent conflation of “stabbed in the back” and “double-crossed”, both meaning to be betrayed. A big thanks to Jamie for sharing this one, and who immediately recognized it was a malaphor! Glad you shared it immediately, Jamie, as they quickly recede from the memory banks for some reason.