That is NOT what she said

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
It is very common that we, the young people of America, hear the phrase, "That's what she said." It is funny, but it has become so common that I hear people misusing it very frequently. This is a story of me correcting a mistake. Enjoy!

Submitted: December 03, 2009

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Today in gym, we were playing volleyball. Everyone on one of the teams got upset when a girl missed the ball.

“Sorry!” she exclaimed, “I’m not so good with balls!”

A boy on the opposing team chuckled and replied, “That’s what she said!” followed by some laughs on both teams, while the girl blushed.

“Actually,” I said. “She did not say that.”

“You don’t even get it!“ the same boy said.

“Now that is what she said!\" I retorted. \"See? I do understand. And the She that the both of us are no doubt referring to would not have said it. The first thing, I mean. Well, she might have, but allow me to explain, first.

“She, in the context that you are using, would probably not have admitted that she wasn’t so good with balls. She might have thought it, but not said it. If she did, then you are saying that He who She said it to a) Was so desperate for some action that he slept with a girl who was obviously not good with balls or b) Didn’t sleep with a girl at all.

\"Don’t you feel that it would be illogical for Her to say that? And if not, don’t you feel that He who She said it to (which, in this case, would most likely be you—if not, it is one of your friends) would not be sharing the story of either of the two situations presented above? If He was, then he must be pretty embarrassed or a total loser.”


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