join the club


variants or less commonly welcome to the club
said to indicate that the problems or feelings someone is having are problems or feelings that the speaker has had
If you don't understand the rules, join the club: no one else does either!
often used to suggest that a person's problems or feelings are not unusual and do not deserve much sympathy
So you think you deserve to be paid more money for your work? Well, join the club.

Examples of join the club in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web According to Forbes, the membership fee to join the club is $300,000, and there is an annual fee of $30,000. Lori Bashian, Fox News, 11 Aug. 2023 Soho House asks any hopefuls to turn in a headshot, an application fee and nominations from two current members to join the club’s lengthy waiting list. Mrussell, oregonlive, 26 Jan. 2023 So join the club and claim your new favorite bag with the FashionPuzzle piece or another comparable pick below. Kayla Blanton, Peoplemag, 30 July 2023 At the beginning of last year, students from a school in Hong Kong asked to join the club and became the group’s first international partner. Linda McIntosh, San Diego Union-Tribune, 15 July 2023 View full post on Instagram If Em's stunning sunset dress made your jaw drop, join the club. Briannah Rivera, Seventeen, 10 May 2023

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“Join the club.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 11 Dec. 2023.

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