My esteemed colleague writes:

[The spousal equivalent] presently owns a Made in China (by Prisoners) track jacket which reads, apropos of nothing, “Saskatchewan Excuse.”

Grey sweatshirt is emblazoned 83 Saskatchewan Excuse

Is this anything like a Ugandan discussion?

We now have the phrase; it’s yours to define and propagate.

And herewith is my suggestion.

Saskatchewan excuse
Sob story proffered by owners of standards-noncompliant and/or inaccessible Web sites as an excuse for being too ignorant or incompetent to do their jobs right

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