Thats What She Said
The Thats what she said phenomenon is growing in popularity by the day. Essentially, the phrase Thats what she said is an excuse to plug sexual innuendo into any nook and cranny of daily life. For example, if someone, whether male or female, comments on the size of a massive yacht, for instance, and says something to the effect of, Its so big and long, this would be the perfect instance to insert a Thats what she said statement. Thats what she said is a shortened version of Thats what she said last night. The last night portion is typically implied, denoting that a female had made such a comment during a sexual encounter, preferably intercourse, the previous night. In the example I had given, obviously the adjectives big and long would stir up sentiments of sexual innuendo, in that they are referring to a phallus.
My good friend, Kevin, frequently uses this phrase. He can find a sexual joke in any comment or phrase said in his daily life and, therefore, uses Thats what she said very frequently. While at times such a joke can be considered inappropriate, I, personally, find thats what she said comments to be hilarious, especially when the comedic timing is dead-on. Such sexually-suggesting folklore can apply to each and every one of us because, even if we do not frequently express ourselves sexually, deep down, all of us share a burning desire to convey our passions and sexual motives.