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What does the phrase your mom mean?
January 26, 2011 4:06PM
A slang or joke response you can use for almost anything.
What are you doing tonight?
It smells like a wet dog in here.
Your mom smells like a wet dog.
What is that thing on your face?
What famous phrase came from the actions of minutemen from the battles at lexington and concord?
What does your mom goes to college actually mean?
This was from the movie "Napoleon Dynamite", so the phrase does not actually have a meaning. It is just a quote. The character "Deb" was selling these key-chain things, saying she was saving money for college. Just after Deb says this, Napoleon's brother Kip sitting at his computer says, "Your mom goes to college." The phrase "Your Mom" had become quite popular a while after the movie's release.