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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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 "s…he" 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...
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 i…t a sexual meaning. For example: Person 1: "Is it long enough?" (speaking of something non-sexual) Person 2: "That's what 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.
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"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 Cl…audia 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.
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.
The phrase "that's what she said" was created by Donald Trump and has been used as early as 1996.
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
Sure they can. People say whatever they want :P
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 i…s considered a double entendre.