Used to indicate that one does not want to see, hear, know, or have anything to do with something. Used for comic effect.

Originates from an alleged, bad English-to-Chinese-to-English translation of Star Wars Episode III. In the end, Darth Vader's infamous "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" is subtitled "DO NOT WANT!"
"Check it out guys, naked photos of Donald Rumsfeld!"

by nrrork May 5, 2006
This is the phrase originally intended for Darth Vader to shout at the end of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. However, shortly before the film's release Lucas decided that a snappier, more effective phrase could be used, such as "NO!"
Lucas: (cough)
by Brian Damage August 30, 2005
Catchphrase popularized on 4Chan, which spread to other various forums online, signifies that the content of a thread isn't desired or liked that much

Acquired from a bootleg camcorder Hong Kong subtitling of the Chinese dub of Star Wars Episode III, in which Darth Vader's howl of 'NOOOOOO!' scream is translated to Chinese and then back to English as 'Do not want'
Dudethecameraguy: so what did you guys think of the rar i attached with my collection of rescue rangers scat guro

Setzergabbiani: DO NOT WANT
by Ratix July 2, 2006
the sassier/classier form of the popular phrase "fuck off"

can be used anytime someone around you needs to be taken down a peg due to aggressive or hostile behavior or inappropriate/unwarranted sass

you can exponentially increase the sassiness of this phrase by using it against someone in their own home
Friend A: "Man it must suck to be as ugly as you."

Friend B: "Hey Carl. Do you want to die."
by MarinIsExtra March 30, 2017
When someone tells you something that you don't care two fucks about.
Dawson: It's 9:15
Sarah: Okay, do you want a cookie?
by daring101 March 15, 2016
The question asked by many McDonalds staff, and usually if you have spoken it you are at the pinnacle of your career.

Can also be used as a joke response, at the expense of mocking McDonalds.
"Hey, while you're going to the shop can you get me some gum?"
"Do you want fries with that?"
Hilarity ensues.
by James Frost July 21, 2006