UNIVERSALIZABILITY<br />
“THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!”<br />By Dan “The Man” Kuntzelman<br />
Introduction<br />What exactly is it?<br />Origins<br />Forms<br />Appropriate Usage<br />
WHAT IS IT?<br />A popular phrase or sexual innuendo that follows a previous statement that might be something a girl woul...
ORIGINS of T.W.S.S.<br />The Office <br />Beverly Hills Ninja<br />Saturday Night Live<br />
T.W.S.S. Forms<br />Basic <br />Complex<br />Silent <br />Assumed <br />Conversational<br />Intentional <br />Self-Setup<b...
BASIC FORM<br />Short length<br />Vague<br />EXAMPLE:   Someone exclaiming<br />	- “Oh My God”<br />or<br />	- “Faster”<br />
COMPLEX FORM<br />Around sentence-length<br />Detailed<br />Example:  Packing luggage<br />	- “I kept trying and trying bu...
SILENT FORM<br />No verbal affirmation<br />Facial expression w/ facial recognition<br />Example: In a classroom w/ teache...
ASSUMED FORM<br />Similar to Silent form <br />Mental affirmation w/o facial recognition<br />Example: Talking teacher in ...
CONVERSATIONAL FORM<br />Applies for entire conversation when claimed <br />Example: referring to a test<br />Dan-You’re a...
INTENTIONAL SET-UP<br />Provocative statement proposed on purpose<br />	Example: Beginning of class<br />	- “that’s a mout...
SELF SET-UP<br />Responding to one’s own statement that was not originally proposed provocatively on purpose<br />Example:...
VARIATIONS<br />“She said that” <br />“Her words exactly”<br />“That’s what he said”<br />“So to speak” <br />Different In...
Appropriate Usage<br />Timing=Crucial factor<br />Best used when around others who are knowledgeable and embrace T.W.S.S<b...
REHAB TOOLS<br />For T.W.S.S. addicts: two recovery steps<br />Don’t say T.W.S.S. <br />After conquering Step 1…<br />2. R...
CONCLUSION<br />Witty phrase that makes life that much more enjoyable!<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLQKsuogUXo<br />
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  1. 1. UNIVERSALIZABILITY<br />
  2. 2. “THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID!”<br />By Dan “The Man” Kuntzelman<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />What exactly is it?<br />Origins<br />Forms<br />Appropriate Usage<br />
  4. 4. WHAT IS IT?<br />A popular phrase or sexual innuendo that follows a previous statement that might be something a girl would say during sexual intercourse<br />Basic example: (two people lifting something)<br /> Colton: You get the top; I’ll be the bottom<br /> Jake: That’s what she said!<br />
  5. 5. ORIGINS of T.W.S.S.<br />The Office <br />Beverly Hills Ninja<br />Saturday Night Live<br />
  6. 6. T.W.S.S. Forms<br />Basic <br />Complex<br />Silent <br />Assumed <br />Conversational<br />Intentional <br />Self-Setup<br />Variations<br />
  7. 7. BASIC FORM<br />Short length<br />Vague<br />EXAMPLE: Someone exclaiming<br /> - “Oh My God”<br />or<br /> - “Faster”<br />
  8. 8. COMPLEX FORM<br />Around sentence-length<br />Detailed<br />Example: Packing luggage<br /> - “I kept trying and trying but it just wouldn’t fit so I had to ask Dave and he ended up just forcing it in.”<br />
  9. 9. SILENT FORM<br />No verbal affirmation<br />Facial expression w/ facial recognition<br />Example: In a classroom w/ teacher talking<br />“If you need any help, I’ll be glad to do it for you.”<br /> (facial affirmation takes place)<br />
  10. 10. ASSUMED FORM<br />Similar to Silent form <br />Mental affirmation w/o facial recognition<br />Example: Talking teacher in classroom<br />“You just have to mess around with it so you can become familiar with it.”<br /> (only laughter follows)<br />
  11. 11. CONVERSATIONAL FORM<br />Applies for entire conversation when claimed <br />Example: referring to a test<br />Dan-You’re already done?<br />Austin-Yeah, it only took a couple of minutes<br />Dan-Is it hard?<br />Austin-No, I felt pretty good on my performance<br />Dan-That’s all there is to it?<br />Austin-Yeah, I’m guaranteed a great score<br />
  12. 12. INTENTIONAL SET-UP<br />Provocative statement proposed on purpose<br /> Example: Beginning of class<br /> - “that’s a mouthful!”<br />
  13. 13. SELF SET-UP<br />Responding to one’s own statement that was not originally proposed provocatively on purpose<br />Example: Explaining my nose/black eyes<br />“It was from a baseball. I basically got nailed really bad in the face.”<br />(followed with a quick T.W.S.S.)<br />
  14. 14. VARIATIONS<br />“She said that” <br />“Her words exactly”<br />“That’s what he said”<br />“So to speak” <br />Different Intonations<br />
  15. 15. Appropriate Usage<br />Timing=Crucial factor<br />Best used when around others who are knowledgeable and embrace T.W.S.S<br />Not so cool after a good amount of time<br />
  16. 16. REHAB TOOLS<br />For T.W.S.S. addicts: two recovery steps<br />Don’t say T.W.S.S. <br />After conquering Step 1…<br />2. Respond to every potential T.W.S.S. w/ non-provocative statement<br />
  17. 17. CONCLUSION<br />Witty phrase that makes life that much more enjoyable!<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLQKsuogUXo<br />

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