What Would Clive Do?
When faced with a difficult or life-altering decision. One must stop, focus and ask oneself, WWCD?
The answer will come after a moment of clarity and profound wisdom.
Person A: My GF just cheated on me and made a mockery of my member all over FaceBook.
Person B: Hey, I know you're hurting, but just stop and ask yourself. WWCD?
What Would Chuck Do? In reference to Chuck Bartowski, the head character of the NBC TV series, Chuck. Despite his "noobiness" when it comes to being a spy, he is seen as a leader to his Buy-More (fictional store, possible parody of Best Buy) collegues, one of whom, uses the phrase (possibly Jeff, Morgan or Lester).
Big Mike: The crowd is turning into a riot!
Jeff: WWCD... What would Chuck do?
Spinoff of WWJD
for Jesus, this acronym stands for What Would Conan (the Barbarian) Do? Often used by the manliest of men to follow the right course of action when facing a moral dilemma.
Alan: So what did you do when that chick was getting mugged last night? <he had run away from the scuffle>
William: I asked myself WWCD? So sure enough I gutted those cowardly dogs and bedded the grateful wench.
Alan: Damn, that's amazing, I can't believe I criticized you for wearing a sword all the time.
An acronym for "What Would Clint Do?" Clint in this instance refers to Clint Eastwood.
The term is based on the popular Christian motto WWJD?, and like it it puts forth Clint Eastwood as a role model who can always be relied upon to give guidance in difficult situations.
I was about to lose my cool, but then I remembered, WWCD
Stands for What Would Caesar Do?
When you're in a dilemma and don't know what to do.
Man, Should I take her home?
WWCD bro !!
Take HER and Her friend home
WWCD stands for "What Would Conan Do" as in Conan O'Brien. It was modeled after the famous WWJD (What Would Jesus Do) products.
Dude1: I saw a nun drop her purse. What should I do?
Voice: What would Conan Do?
Dude1: (bends down to pick up the purse and looks up the nun's dress)