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2.
f) this all went over my head; everything you just said is a brilliant masterpiece of garbled incoherency.
g) a completely charming and diplomatic way to say wtf.

The phrase was coined by Lauren Caitlin Upton who gained international recognition for her brilliant masterpiece of garbled incoherency to a question posed to her during the 2007 Miss Teen USA pageant.
Q: What is the square of the charge of the electron divided by the speed of light times Planck’s constant.
A: ...everywhere like such as

For texting on a phone, IM, etc. this phrase been abbreviated to ELSA

Q: AMRMTYFTS (all my room mates thank you for the show)
A: ELSA?
by Konrad Roeder October 25, 2007
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1.
a) the correct answer to any rude or dumb question, with no need for elaboration.
b) the answer to any question you don't really understand, nor care to.
d) a geopolitically ambiguous place i.e. the iraq
e) a vague reply to any question that has caught you off guard.

A multipurpose phrase that can be used as a noun, adverb, transition, modifier, independent clause on its own. It has curious mutational qualities that take on every grammatical quality known to the English language.

The word "and," can also be added to the end of the string of words for extra flair; general usage guidelines recommend following this "and," with silence or more meandering gibberish.

This phrase was coined by Miss South Carolina during the Miss Teen USA 2007 pageant.
Guy: Yo, shortay, where you at?
Girl: Everywhere like such as (and.) kthxbye loser.

Q: Are you gay?
A: Everywhere like such as (and.)

Q: I heard you got implants this summer. Is that true?
A: Everywhere like such as (and.)

Q: Where are you going?
A: Everywhere like such as (and.)

Q: Compare the ideologies of Chomsky and Fouceault on the subject of linguistics, and place their respective perspectives within the framework of variationist theory in the 21st century.
A: Everywhere like such as (and.)
by Osh Gosh August 28, 2007
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