Throughout the past nine years, we've learned a gaggle of important phrases and valuable terminology from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." There's the D.E.N.N.I.S. system, "hey-o b--ches," Charlie work, Bird Law, science b--ch, rum ham... the list just goes on and on. The geniuses at Paddy's think of everything.
But one phrase in the "Sunny"-verse has always reigned supreme above the rest -- a phrase that encapsulates everything that Charlie, Dennis, Mac, Dee and Frank have gone through over the years. I'm talking, of course, about "Goddamn it," a series of words that work perfectly in every situation from underage drinkers taking over the gang's bar to accidentally blowing off the head of Colonel Cricket, your sole British ally during the Revolutionary War.
Enjoy it, Goddamn it: