The phrase "Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey stuff" was first used on TV by the 10th Doctor in the episode "Blink".
However, it then appears as if the Doctor had invented this phrase long before that in-universe, as it is used by the 5th Doctor in the mini-episode "Time Crash".
But in the 50th anniversary episode "Day of the Doctor", when the 11th Doctor says "timey wimey" the War Doctor appears as he has never heard this phrase.
Is there any explanation for this? In his own timeline, when did the Doctor invent or first hear this phrase?
This question is different from Is the Doctor Who episode 'Blink' the first use of the phrase "timey-wimey"? because I'm not asking about the first “use” of that phrase in a television serial or the first broadcast of the phrase, but when it was invented (or known) by the Doctor in his personal timeline. And if the 5th Doctor was aware of it, then why didn’t the War Doctor recognise it?
I thought this was clear in the question.