1) Derives from the horrible, horrible PC game, Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing, quite possibly the worst game ever created. When you won (which was every race), a 3 handled golden trophy would come up along with huge lettering "YOU'RE WINNER!". When you raced again, the term wouyld come up, even though you didn't win yet.
2) Used as sarcasm
1) Big Rigs: Off the Road Racing sucks
2) Guy 1: "So I knocked up this underaged girl the other day."
Guy 2: "Wow. YOU'RE WINNER!"
Phrase used in Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing. Used in Internet-speak as a sarcastic congratulation.
The game was developed in Russia, and hastily released on the PC. It is one of the worst games ever made on the PC. Netjak.com gave it a 0 out of 10 in every category.
Upon completion of the race (In version 1.0 the opposing truck would never move.) and the phrase "You're Winner!" along with a mysterious 3-handled trophy appear on-screen to let you know that, you are the winner.
"I tied my shoes today!"
"Really? You're Winner!"
A popular phrase that originates from BIG RIGS: OVER THE ROAD RACING. Another form of it can be used as an adjective: WINNER.
1: Wow! This game, BIG RIGS: OVER THE ROAD RACING, is so WINNER! With its WINNER graphics, physics, soundtrack, difficulty, and gameplay!
2: YOU'RE WINNER!
A phrase from the PC Truck-racing game, Big Rigs.
In Big Rigs, it is impossible to lose, and every time you win a screen comes up with the words "You're Winner!" on it.
It can be used to denote a situation where the person addressed with the phrase is getting screwed over somewhat. It can also be used when the person being addressed did something grand, or got something grand.
People at Life, The Universe, and Everything use "You're Winner!" sarcastically.
"My friend just died..."