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A celebratory phrase used following one, or a series of, positive, though generally insignificant event(s).

Its origin can be attributed to Milhouse, a character of television show The Simpsons, who coined the phrase in jubilation after realising the success of his flood pants to keep his cuffs bone dry.
"I left work 10 minutes early today, and I found $2 in the passenger seat of my car! Everything's coming up Milhouse!"
by ess jay dee eff April 29, 2010
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Abbreviation for “Dude Arguing Online”.

Plural: “DAOs”

Coined by Twitter user @karakittel.
Would the internet exist without DAOs? Sadly, I don’t think so.
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by monkeylabor June 13, 2021
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Means "Everythings going well for me". Came from the Simpsons character MilHouse when something particulary swell happened to him.
by Sheepz January 29, 2004
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An exclamation added to the end of a sentence... e.g. when you hate flood pants but then you realize how effective they really are.
"My feet are soaked, but my cuffs are bone dry! Everything's coming up Milhouse!"
by Legit not a troll February 18, 2018
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