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Used as a substitute for that's what she said/that's what he said in certain instances: 1. You are alone, talking to yourself, and realize no one else is around to say "that's what s/he said" but it's such a good one you can't pass it up. 2. You are trying to seriously flirt and the other person is trying to be te/otherwise no fun. 3. You are making fun of your own whorish tendencies to cheer someone u. Person A making appropriate conversation about something: "It's pretty hard but I like a challenge. Person B in overly sexual tone: "That's what I said.
Now That's What I Call Music (also simply titled Now or Now 1) is the first album from the popular Now! series that was released in the United Kingdom on 28 November 1983. Initial pressings were released on vinyl and audio cassette. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the album and series, the album was re-released on CD for the first time in 2009. Alternative longer mixes of "Only for Love", "Double Dutch" and "Candy Girl" were included in place of the original shorter single mixes from 1983
Album · 2012 · 1 Song. That's What She Said. Released: 19 Mar 2012.
The 'That's what she said' phrase is assumed to be of British origin, and probably dates back to the Edwardian times, where a serious conversation would suddenly take a comedic turnaround when a sexual innuendo is thrown in. In the 90's, it was popularised by Saturday Night Live 's sketch, ' Wayne's World '. You know you want to say it but you don't, because of the feelings you don't want to hurt and the people you don't want to annoy.
Now That's What I Call Music! (simply titled NOW) was released on October 27, 1998. In following the success of its UK predecessors, this first . version of Now! reached platinum status as certified by the RIAA.