Who invented that's what she said?
I dont think any one invented it I think just all dirty minded people use it as a joke which everyone seems to understand and use.
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Answer . I believe it is China. . China- Paper was named from Europe as papyrus but the country which invented paper was China. China.
Answer . I believe Plato did. Indeed he did, This saying appears in his dialogue Republic. Although he puts it as Necessity, who is the mother of invention.
It Means That What She Said When She Was Having Sex With A Guy. :)
The answer to this question is Sir M. Connelly of the 3rd battalian of WW2 said " thats a can do boss."
it means like.... say if you and a friend were pushing a heavey couch and you said PUSH HARDER! then the friend will say that's what she said because you say push harder when your doing something sexual. it is like sexual talk.
It's a Sexual Related remark that someone made up and it got leaked.\n. \nIt's something you say when someone says something that a woman might do.\nFor example, see this situation.\n. \nThere are 3 guys in an arcade room. One guy is playing a game, and he says:\n. \n"Dude, this is so hard!!"\nAn…d then the other 2 go:\n"Thats what she said!!" ( Full Answer )
This question is a question which has been asked many times since the expression "that's what she said" first became popular.. For those of you who think you know who this "she" character is, you, my dear, are completely, and utterly wrong. Lo siento.. The answer to this question is quite obvious.…..the woman who is referred to a million times a day, is none other than.... a man.... funny how that works out... ( Full Answer )
That's what she said is a funny double entendre often used by Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) on NBC's comedy The Office. It is a joke added onto everyday conversation to give it a sexual meaning. For example: Person 1: "Is it long enough?" (speaking of something non-sexual) Person 2: "That's w…hat she said!" It is unknown who exactly coined the phrase. Many believe the first appearance of this joke in pop culture occurred in the 1992 movie Wayne's World. While holding a Claudia Schiffer poster, Garth and Wayne say: Garth : Hey, are you done yet? I'm getting tired of holding it. Wayne : Yeah, that's what she said. ( Full Answer )
Adding "That's what she said" to the end of innocent things other people say twists the original person's words to sound like they are about sex or perverted things. Examples: 1: Crap, I forgot to take my pill. "That's what she said!" (The first person might have been talking about heart medicat…ion or something, but the second person made it sound like it was about birth control pills. Saying you forgot to take birth control pills just after having sex is not what the boyfriend wants to hear.) 2: Can I have some of that hard meat. "That's what she said!" (The first person was talking about food, but the second person made it sound like a prostitute asking about a man's private body parts.) 3: Dang that's huge. "That's what she said!" (One person is innocently calling something huge, but the other is trying to make it sound like it is about penis size.) ( Full Answer )
that's what she said -> literally, c'est ce qu'elle a dit (say suh kell ah dee) But, As a real franch dude, I'll say that the catchiest way to say it is "c'est ce qu'elles disent toutes !" (litteraly : "that's what they(feminin) all say") That is kind of the way you could actually hear it in Fra…nce. bye ( Full Answer )
It is joke in which whatever phrase was used immediately prior can be a thought of as a sexual inuendo in a different context (usually applied to a female during sex or pre-sex). For example, I can say "It does not fit, maybe if we turn it this way" and be talking about trying to get a couch out of …a room. However, if the other person says "that's what she said" it then is reinterpreted (jokingly) as "the penis-like object does not fit (in the vagina/mouth/anus/orifice), but we might be able to turn it into a different position/angle for deeper penetration".. The main character in the TV series "The Office" uses this joke a lot but the joke is that everything he says meaning to be funny is NOT funny at all. ( Full Answer )
Transport, power, construction. It made advancements in these areas possible by making things faster and easier.
The quote was made in Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" by the title character. It begins a 33-line soliloquy about whether it is worth suffering a wretched existence or is better to be annihilated.
I'm pretty sure it originated from the television show The Office. The main character, Michael, says it when someone makes an innocent (non-sexual) comment to turn it into something sexual. Example: if someone says "That looks really hard", then someone could say "that's what she said." The "she"… would be someone the guy was having sex with and hypothetically she made that comment during the sex. The "she" doesn't really exist. It's just someone made up who theoretically says a lot of sexual things. But now once you get "that's what she said" jokes it's hard to refrain from saying them. You'd be surprised how often double entendres creep up in everyday life. ( Full Answer )
"thats what she said" did originate from t he office "That's what she said" was not original to the office, it stems back to Wayne's world when Garth was holding a pic of Claudia Schiffer, and said "I'm getting tired of holding this" ... and Wayne says "that's what she said." I've heard there is …an earlier mention from Sat Nite Live by Chevy chase in 1975, but I haven't been able to locate it yet... Sorry to disappoint all you office fan's, but it did not originate with the office. ( Full Answer )
When people say "thats what she said", it relates an innocent saying to something sexual.
They want to make you feel weird or they think its funny because "thats what she said" stand for the things girls might say during sex.
it means that's what she said in bed last night. when u use it in the right kontext, it is HILARIOUS.
Firstly, the transmission of any RF signal has to involve electricity, but the first non electronic (and indeed, first ever) television system was developed in the UK by John Logie Baird, a Scot. His system used a Nipkow disc to demonstrate a working semi mechanical analogue television system to… the BBC in Februiary 1924. Before WW2, the BBC broadcast in both Baird 240 vertical line semi mechanical format and the new EMI-Marconi developed electronic scanning system, which produced 405 horizontal lines. At the onset of WW2, BBC television broadcasts were stopped, although Baird's system was already being phased out due to its two stage production method (images had to be put onto cinefilm before being scanned for broadcast. Baird went to the US where he demonstrated a colour TV system using a much improved mechanical scanning system fitted with coloured filters, a method taken up by both CBD and RCA. He also demonstrated an experimental 3D television system with 500 line resolution. In 1944 Baird built and demonstrated the world's first fully electronic colour television system with a resolution of 600 lines. Baird's mechanical system, although the first ever TV broadcast system, and certainly innovative, was heavily dependent on mechanics and 240 lines looked like being the upper limit for the mechanics. It also required very high levels of illumination, which resulted in severe highlights and black shadows (imagine those black & white album covers of the 60s with no grey at all) Baird developed a 1000 line TV system back in 1943, called Telechrome. Its picture quality was easily comparable to today's HDTV, but it was never adopted by an American market which favoured cheap and cheerful over technical excellence. As an aside, the BBC demonstrated an experimental large screen 3D television system in 2008, just over 60 years after Baird first demonstrated his. ( Full Answer )
Hi im Miley Cyrus and my email is email@example.com because my first crush was danni lol um.. what did someone say about me email it to me please
"That's what she said" in Spanish is "Eso es lo que dijo ella". It is pronounced "EH-so ess low kay DEE-hoe AY-yah". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
i no i think its so gay its like sexual and dum people should really stop with the you mom and that's what she said!!
It means whatever it is was just said can be taken in a humorous and sexual way and not the way you intended it. it's just a dumb super sexual joke. "that's what she said" as in, that's what she said last night ;). You would use this phrase after someone says, wow this is giant, that's what she said…! hahah funny funnny. it;s a joke, a stupid perverted phrase ( Full Answer )
It usually refers to 'what she said' as in, 'she' could be anyone, and what she said is what she said, which is what you said... it originated from the TBS show The Office.
The phrase has been used for many years by Jack Horkheimer in his"Star Hustler" (and, of late, "Star Gazer") shorts produced by theMiami Space Transit Planetarium.
That's what she said... This phrase is a funny double entendre often used by Michael Scott (Steve Carrell) on NBC's comedy The Office. It is unknown who exactly coined the phrase. Many believe the first appearance of this joke in pop culture occurred in the 1992 movie Wayne's World. While holdin…g a Claudia Schiffer poster, Garth and Wayne say: Garth : Hey, are you done yet? I'm getting tired of holding it. Wayne : Yeah, that's what she said. See the related link below for a YouTube clip of the quote. In general "That's what she said" is a term used to indicate that someone has said something with a double, sexual meaning. Example: I was at my grandma's and she was cooking something, and she had to go to the store, so she was teaching me how to cook what she was cooking. She said "When this light goes on, the oven is hot and you can stick it in" I replied with "Thats what she said!" ( Full Answer )
The phrase "that's what she said" was created by Donald Trump and has been used as early as 1996.
Walter Cronkite. He died earlier this year. He was famous for announcing the Kennedy Assassination.
(Talking about a test) - Oh my God, this is so hard! - That's what she said! (Wrestling) - Ow! Stop! You're hurting me! - That's what she said! (Eating VANILLA ice cream) - Mmmm, this is so good! - That's what's she said! (Jeff Dunham Achmed at boot camp) - 50 push-ups! That… means on your face, up and down, up and down! Do you understand me?! - That's what she said! ( Full Answer )
it wasnt actually invented just like that but at some point in the late middle ages people quit saying & writing segde for some reason & started saying & writing said instead
That's what she said,!! its the greatest thing to say when it makessense. it probably started out from some 16 year old kid thatdoesn't even know what he started.
well i think it doesn't mean anything but just a punch line for a joke
Since their names are Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy it would have been Stan Laurel that said this to Oliver (Ollie) Hardy
for that's what she said since all my guy friends have said it sooo much I've kinda leaned what there minds can't reply to. And what I normally use is "Who is this she, and how do you know she said that?"
When someone says something referring to sex or sexual activities, usually done by a female. (Ex. Wow, that's big! That's what she said.)
Piggy is the one who said, on page 84, "Life....is scientific that's what it is."
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she is the woman who you had sex with. E.g. "that's huge!" "that's what she said" she is the woman who you are showing your genitals to.
It can be unprofessional or unacceptable in certain situations because some people find it to be crude. I wouldn't use it around family, work, or in a professional setting.
It's a joke that turns something that some one says into a a sexual saying. For example: Thomas: Look at my long stick Gary: Thats what she said! Teacher: I know that the homework looks hard and long but you have to go all the way! Lucas: That's what she said
That athlete was a chick named Jessica Thornton i can tell you now she was a legend in the bed. Seriously she was but sadly she was mudered in her home in New Orleans in 2006 but sadly the murderer was never caught or found:(
It's just something funny to say - it refers to being in bed with a woman and talking. If the person says something that would be funny to have said during sex, you add "that's what she said," to it and it's funnier. Example - Bill is complaining about the size of his ice cream cone and says, "Thi…s is too little!" Bob says "That's what she said." ( Full Answer )
In "The Office", Michael Scott is the character who says it as often as possible.
Well, women say a lot of things, but this joke is sexual in nature, and has to do with wat she says during sex, whether it be for enjoyment or not
Yes, organic perfume is just flowers. if you can extract oil from a flower you can make a perfume. When it says organic its just meaning something that you can find in nature and why not flowers.
The TV show, The Office made that phrase pretty popular, but the first time that the phrase was used was from Wayne's World back in 1992. It is an example of a phrase that is considered a double entendre.
The phrase is never uttered in the Bible. However, because the words in the Bible (and thus, the gospel) is taken as absolute truth, to call something the "gospel truth" is to assure someone that it something is absolutely 100% true.
That's What She Said - 2012 I was released on: USA: 20 January 2012 (Sundance Film Festival) USA: 13 June 2012 (Provincetown International Film Festival) USA: 19 October 2012 Sweden: 9 January 2013 (DVD premiere) Finland: 14 August 2013 (DVD premiere)
That's What She Said - 2010 II was released on: USA: 17 January 2010 (internet) USA: 17 January 2010 (internet)
That's What She Said - 2012 II was released on: USA: 26 May 2012 (48 Hour Film Project)