Idiom: Join the club
What does 'Join the club' mean?
Said when someone has expressed a desire or opinion, meaning "That viewpoint is not unique to you". It can suggest that the speaker should stop complaining since many others are in the same position.
Example: "If this train doesn't come, I'll be late for work!" "Join the club!"
- Category: General
- Contributed By: Clare Padfield
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