But for the one who was blindsided when the papers were served and had no intention of ever signing, D-day is a catastrophe.
"Just experienced the meaning of blindsided...," she pecked.
Initially, the congenial Enzi seemed to be blindsided by the Cheneys.
A lot of these local broadcasters are going to be blindsided by it.
The excuse that Netanyahu was blindsided by settler gremlins in the Interior Ministry strains credulity.
As his QB Wilson dashed up field, Tate blindsided Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee with a hit to the head.
Cantor and his team, assuming a relatively easy victory was imminent, were blindsided last Tuesday in a double-digit loss.
Americans need to understand this truth, because otherwise they will be blindsided by the real risks out there.
After losing her box-office heat, Sandra Bullock blindsided Hollywood this year with two $100 million movies and some Oscar buzz.
“I was blindsided,” he told reporters, as he denied any “knowledge or involvement” in the incident.