Phrase used to convey a positive outcome.
Q: How was your meeting today?
A: Winner winner chicken dinner!
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
The legend tells that years ago every casino in Las Vegas had a three-piece chicken dinner with a potato and a veggie for $1.79. A standard bet back then was $2, hence when you won a bet you had enough for a chicken dinner. !”
So, the call of glorious victory rang out “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
To win something, usually of small importance, as in a carnival game. The phrase is used to signify the value of the prize. As in a chicken dinner can be had for the same value.
Carny: "Step right up folks... See if you can knock these milk jugs over."
Man: "I'll give it a shot!" (throws hardball style, hits and knocks down the jugs)
Carny: "Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!" (hands man a Chinese made stuffed animal)
a phrase used when won wins or anticipates a win
When he thought he had really won the lottery, he shouted winner winner chicken dinner.
.......a phrase used during the late 60's early 70's at "trap league" "Meat Shoots" in Waseca, Minnesota. (sportsmen who shoot at flying clay targets in lieu of live animals)
Individuals, or teams would gather on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings, to shoot clay pigeons.
The team and or winner would win a frozen chicken(s) (meat shoot) to take home to eat...... the announcer or competitor would yell out "winner winner chicken dinner"
shooter with highest score..... yells out WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER!
A slang term used to down-play a first place finish by NASCAR's Jeff Gordon. Often this term is used by mid-westerners who, for obvious reasons, feel threatened by the prowess of a driver from California. The ultimate use of the insult is to train a child under the age of 4 to yell it in the presence of #24 fans.
Likely the insult originates from the term's common use as it relates to a "cheap win" in Vegas.
... and the Chevy Dupont #24 takes the checkered-flag here at Darlington... Winner winner chicken dinner.
An exclamation used by a douche bag from Salisbury University. It is generally used where a simple "sweet" or "cool" would suffice! If this person uses this exclamation one more time, it may result in the future use of a wheel chair!
Winner Winner Chicken Dinner: I just realized that I'm an immature faggot!