an expression commonly used by drama students. this expression is commonly used in shakespeare acting for scenes. this is only used in comedic scenes because in a dramatic scene you would look dumb.

origin, somewhere in the palisadian area of Los Angeles, believed to be used in shakespeare festival scene

used by 4 HA's created by the stomach with emphasis on the last HA
Beatrice: Oh senor Benedick! Against my will i have come to bid thee to supper.

(she exits)
Benedick: Ha Ha Ha HA! Against my will i have come to bid thee to supper. i think she believes im sexy. mhmmmm thats how i roll.
by theanswerman147 October 12, 2011

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