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Charlie Sheen Explains Why He No Longer Uses 'Winning' Phrase

June 27, 2012 09:05:18 GMT

The 'Anger Managament' star says the catchphrase doesn't fit him because 'I lost my children, my money, my job, my stature, my mind.'


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Charlie Sheen refuses to use his famous "winning" catchphrase anymore. During a visit to "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon", the "Anger Management" lead actor explains that the phrase doesn't match everything that happened in his life.

"We don't do that anymore," he tells Jimmy Fallon. Explaining why, the former "Two and a Half Men" star says, "What was I talking about? I lost my children, my money, my job, my stature, my mind..." He adds, "What was I winning about?"

46-year-old Charlie Sheen introduced the "winning" phrase soon after he got fired from "Two and a Half Men" last year, and had meltdown after the dismissal. He, however, got divorced from his wife Brooke Mueller and had his children taken from him a year prior.

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