I am looking for some clarification on the phrase 'Doing a Cunningham'. This is a phrase that I heard frequently when I was younger and meant that someone had messed something up quite badly when they were supposed to be repairing it. My understanding is that it came from the late 1800s when a man, Winston Cunningham was hired to renovate a house but instead caused it to fall down after damaging the foundations. I tried to find some backing on this as I entered it on Wikipedia but it was taken down - anyone out there that can help me find a source or more information? Thanks.