New word: whodda whadda howdda?

word:

whodda whadda howdda?

definition:

Another way of saying “who?! what?! how?!” Usually spoken in shock.

example:

Your cat is not vegetarian? Whodda whadda howdda?

tags:

who, what, how, interjection, surprise, shock, unbelieveable, awe, confusion, excitement, hysteria, jolt, stupor, whammy

first usage:

Brwe: craigy’s cat food just came in

Matt: oh! yum! did you try some?

Brwe: no, you said it smells bad, so why would i try it?

Matt: Maybe you are hungry. You are a cat, after all

Brwe: mystery meat. They say it’s fish but it doesn’t look or smell like fish

Matt: Your cat is not a vegetarian?!

Matt: whodda whadda howdda?

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Tom Saaristo
12 years ago

This is very close to my word “Whodawhanah” (for “Who the what now!”) a general question asked (usually) when someone says something that isn’t exactly clear. “Tommy, I couldn’t help but notice your bicycle is on backwards”… “Whodawhanah!”

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