What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
The uttering of embarrassing, stupid, or indiscreet speech: Pat Robertson, who regularly displays symptoms of foot-in-mouth disease
[1960s+; blend of the veterinary term hoof-andmouth disease and the idiom put one's foot in one's mouth; put one's foot in it, ''blunder foolishly,'' is found by 1858]