How would you explain "that's what she said"?
I have this friend, she is not great with understand humour or memes for that matter. She asked me to explain to her when it is appropriate to say "that's what she said", and when she thought she grasped it, she started using it at inappropriate times (which made for many laughs at her misunderstanding it). Any ideas on how to make this clear?
Explain it, eh? That's tricky.. I'm going to try my best at this.
"Wow that's really hard" (could be talking about something completely non-sexual)
"That's what she said" (referring to something a women might have said to a man during/before/after sex)
That is the best thing that I can think of to explain it.
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