When it does, the many loaded catchphrases the election inspired on social media may (hopefully) come to an end as well.
The current election cycle inspired many political buzzwords that have gotten thrown around more than others, including gems like "rigged," "baggage" and "deplorable."
Mark Grabowski, a journalism professor at Adelphi University, told CNBC that when the smoke clears, he never wants to hear the word "disqualifying" again—an insult Clinton's camp has lobbed at Trump frequently.
"I've covered presidential elections for 20 years and I don't remember ever seeing an election where 'disqualification' was bandied about so frequently as a political strategy," he told CNBC. "Unless you're foreign born, have resided in the U.S. less than 14 years, are under 35, or have already been elected president twice, you're not disqualified."
CNBC asked voters what words they never want to hear again after Tuesday, and came up with the following list.