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Old 09-28-05, 09:44 AM
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That's what she said!

A former co-worker was quite a character. He could sexually harass any woman cuz he was small and old. Sadly he is now dead and it looks like he'll stay that way.

Anyway, his favorite thing to say was "That's what she said!".

You could say something innocent like "That sausage was really good." or "I'm tired. That was quite a workout." and he'd come in with his phrase.

Try it. Throw down a sentence and add "That's what she said!" at the end. See if it doesn't make you feel dirty. (this especially applies to any EditKing thread title)
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I think that was on a King of the Hill episode.
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Is this like adding "... in bed." to the end of your fortune cookie message?
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The iraq war was a great idea! That's what she said.

It could be an infection. That's what she said.

I like coffee. That's what she said.

This thread won't work like this. That's what she said.

I think we need more rules. That's not what your momma said.
Old 09-28-05, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Buford T Pusser
A former co-worker was quite a character. He could sexually harass any woman cuz he was small and old. Sadly he is now dead and it looks like he'll stay that way.

Anyway, his favorite thing to say was "That's what she said!".

You could say something innocent like "That sausage was really good." or "I'm tired. That was quite a workout." and he'd come in with his phrase.

Try it. Throw down a sentence and add "That's what she said!" at the end. See if it doesn't make you feel dirty. (this especially applies to any EditKing thread title)
Ah, vaudeville.
Old 09-28-05, 09:52 AM
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Honestly... you guys know this is a phrase that was used throughout the country on a massive scale already, right? I'm almost positive Mike Myers used it back in the Wayne Campbell days. My friends used to say it all the time. Stupid kids.

Yeah, I know, that's what she said.
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The guy I'm talking about used this back in the 80's and I'm sure many years before that. He was a pioneer in the art of phrases and could throw them out fast and furious.



That's what she said!
Old 09-28-05, 10:14 AM
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Use the line from Robocop: "I'd buy that for a dollar!"
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Where do these "that's what she said" comments belong? Just in this thread?

Groucho like to put it in all of them.

That's what she said.
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Shouldn't this belong in The Office thread in the TV forum from last night?
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Admit it Buford. You are running out of ideas for threads aren't you?


















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I've heard some whippersnappers are using "cool" these days instead of "swell".
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Originally Posted by Hiro11
I've heard some whippersnappers are using "cool" these days instead of "swell".
That's what she...ah, nevermind.
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Hi Buford!
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Originally Posted by Kittydreamer
Hi Buford!
^ what she said
Old 09-28-05, 12:02 PM
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Back in teh day, 1983ish, this was my catch phrase. I'm a sad man.
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Originally Posted by NCMojo
Use the line from Robocop: "I'd buy that for a dollar!"
I'm a fan of that one myself.
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Originally Posted by talemyn
I'm a fan of that one myself.
That's what she said! Am I right, guys?
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I had a co-worker who also had this as a catch phrase and he was actually fired for sexual harrassment. I guess he learned a lesson the hard way.
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Originally Posted by Atreus
I guess he learned a lesson the hard way.
That's what she said.
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I was trying to make apoint out of how inappropriate this phrase was and you guys take my post and flip it around and make it dirty.
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I just explained this to someone last week after it was used in the first scene of the Gilmore Girls season premiere. I used it all the time in college. (that's what she said)

Other fun bits are "If you know what I mean" added after you say something that sounds sexual. That can be fun for a while. (If you know what I mean)

And my roommate in college and I went with the "Poker? I hardly know her." bit for a while. Anytime someone says something that ends with -er we'd reply with that line. Example: "I need to go get my stuff out of the dryer." "Dryer? I hardly know her." The problem with this is they aren't always that good. (That's what she said.)
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My balls hurt
That's what she said!

-Nope doesn't work.
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This phrase and other versions of it, have been around for a long time. My friends and I used phrases just like it, starring The Bitch.

"Wow, that thing is pretty big."
"Yup, The Bitch likes it that way."

"Hey John!"
"The Bitch yells my name the same way."

"What's that smell?"
"Who let The Bitch in here?"

Ahh, youth.

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