Archive: That’s What She Said6 comments
Not everyone in the “Big Brother” house understands our favorite TWSS joke,
explains The Soup’s Joel McHale:
(Video no longer available)
Tipster: vanfan1413 comments
Found at the Vancouver Library:
(From FAIL Blog)
I don’t know, looks like a winner to me! :)
Tipsters: Matthew, Leonora8 comments
The Huffington Post reports that filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock recorded the first known “that’s what she said” (actually it’s “as the girl said”) during a sound test for his 1929 film “Blackmail”:
HP also includes video of every TWSS ever uttered on The Office (from the first four seasons):
(Would love to see this updated with all six seasons!)
Tipster: Mark21 comments
Tipster: Red, via EW.com27 comments
From Tallyhead Ryan: “Thought you might enjoy this clip I captured of a high school valedictorian making a ‘that’s what she said’ joke in her speech at graduation … and the whole class was in on it.”32 comments
Look what you did, B.J. Novak! (You can see detention slip #1 here.)
Tipster: Country CrockAdd a comment
Uh, say quoi?
According to John Hughes of C. Washington University, today is International “That’s What She Said” Day:
This February 15th, be sure to dedicate yourself to pointing out all the innuendo you possibly can. If your friends don’t know what you’re doing, be sure to make it clear within the first 20 minutes of conversation that “that’s what she said.”
Whether you celebrate ITWSS Day or not, you need to check out its Facebook page (sorry, you will need an account) where Michael Scott’s bon mot is translated into more than 60 languages.
Including my favorite, hexadecimal:
54 68 61 74 27 73 20 77 68 61 74 20 73 68 65 20 73 61 69 64
Get a load of those sexy numbers. That’s what she said.