|1.||are we there yet?|
A phrase existing for as long as there have been children and vehicles.
Family vacation in car - child in backseat calls out repetitively, ad nauseum, "Are we there yet?" This phrase is generally followed by ultimate adult frustrationa and the phrase, "Don't make me pull this car over!"
|2.||are we there yet?|
The incessant question used by passengers to incite the driver of a vehicle to distraction. This inquiry results in more accidents and divorces than cell phone usage and internet use combined. The only correct defense from the insanity induced by the constant inquiry is, "It's at least another hour." even when the destination is only another 5 minutes.
Q: "Are we there yet"
A: "It's at LEAST another hour..."
|3.||are we there yet?|
phrase used by passengers trapped in a vehicle for any period of time. originates in childhood and extends to roadtrips
passenger: are we there yet?
passenger: how about now?
driver: yes! get out.
|4.||are we here?|
this is an infinately more irritating variation on the infamous "are we theeeeere yet?" question, which is relentlessly asked by bored children on long car jouneys.
whereas the question "are we there yet?" makes sense - seeing as you're talking about the place that you are HEADING to that you haven't actually REACHED yet - the question "are we here?" (which is asked as the journey is drawing to a close) is entirely infuriating. the reason is this: whenever, and WHEREever, you utter this question, the answer will always be 'yes! of course we're 'here' you silly child!! you could at least ask an annoying question that makes SENSE!!"
parent: "ooh look, there's the sign for our hotel!"
child: "are we here?"
parent: *flips out and chucks child out of window*
The use of arguing or nagging tactics for self-pleasure.
As a family of two boys head out to Maine, one boy had quite a debatio with the mother when he kept asking "Are we there yet?" every five seconds.
Means 'there' in Hebrew.
Whiny person: Are we sham yet!?
type in ivrit, but go to the def of po, which means 'here' in Hebrew, for more info.
When on a car journey travellers may use their ‘Car Voice’ to broadcast exciting new things, general information and nonsense - at an unnecessarily amplified volume - to other passengers who are barely 3 foot away. The ‘Car Voice’ is an excessively raised voice, intimately resembling a bellow, originally utilized within a vehicle and usually performed by a restless male.
Your ‘Car Voice’ may be exercised in any circumstance although one must use with caution around the elderly.
"UHHM! UHHM! HELLO? ARE WE THERE YET BOYS? UHHM BOYS?! I'M GROWING RESTLESS. I NEED A YOGGI PICK-ME-UP!" said mills, with his Car Voice.