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Where did "That's what she said" come from?

Asked by queenzboulevard (2551points) December 29th, 2008

I swear I heard it before The Office from someone.

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simone54's avatar

Joey Graz said that years before the Office was on TV.

AlfredaPrufrock's avatar

It was really common in the ‘70’s. I can remember boys saying it in high school.

El_Cadejo's avatar

awww mann simone stole my answer

Sakata's avatar

2 answers:

#1: GOD

#2: —- Here’s an excerpt:

… it’s been in the American vernacular for over 15 years.

“While we may never know the exact origin of the phrase, one of the earliest, if not first, occurrences of “That’s what she said” in popular culture can be traced back to 1992 in the SNL sketch-turned-film, Wayne’s World.”

[Holding Claudia Schiffer picture]
Garth: Hey, are you done yet? I’m getting tired of holding it.
Wayne: Yeah, that’s what she said.

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