Non-sensical, over-used replacement for "could you please repeat that?" Generally uttered by white males in the 12-16 year-old demographic. Enhances one's ability to sound like a moron.
Roger: "Hey, Joe, what time is it?"
Joe: "What happened?"
|2.||What happened to the stairs?!|
A comparison to something also akward happening, taken from the show Edd,Ed,and Eddy
"Dude thats like saying what happened to the stairs?!
Dude what happened last night? Commonly defined by an excessive alcohol intake, forgetting what happened last night.
Also defined as:
''When your too stupid to remember what happened last night'''
''DWHLN..... I can't remember''
''You drank a little too much. That's what happened''
''You lost your brain''
|4.||And then what happened?|
A phrase used after someone has told the punch line of a joke you’ve heard before.
“So then a passenger calls out to her ‘Don’t forget the coffee’”
“And then what happened?”
A phrase used to ascertain information from a rival as to what happened to him during an altercation, sometimes said information can be used in reports. Most of which are due the following day. In most cases no information is passed on because the fallen rival neither has the strength to tell you due to his/hers incapacitation after the conflict, nor has the intestinal fortitude.
Tell me is often followed by words such as "who", "where", "how" and "what". Furthermore, it can be lengthened to "tell me what happened" or "tell me who emerged victorious". The latter phrase is usually abbreviated to simply "who".
*after a physical conflict*
PersonA: Tell me what happened!
PersonA: aww you never tell me but.
what did u say?
especially if u dont know them, or dont want 2 talk 2 them
bay area ~94
sum1 comes up and says sumthing u cant hear:
A casual way of asking "whats happening" or "what are you upto" or "what happened to that particular thing I had asked you to do"
Ajay meets Saurabh after a long time.
Ajay: What scene?
Saurabh: Ok Bye.