A sarcastic phrase used when, upon being interested in something somebody has to say you find out immediately that their tale is utterly boring and going nowhere. Often affixed to the end of the phrase is the name of a local newspaper and the date in which everyone might be able to read said boring tale.
Aaron: "... and so yeah after that we uh went to...."
Gareth: "Great story mate, I'm sure I'll read about it in The Age tomorrow"
by thishappenedatgas June 27, 2011
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Phrase used at the end of someone's obnoxiously horrible story by everyone who heard it, in response to its pure stupidity. Almost always accompanied by claps and said in a chant, so it becomes:

"Grrreeaaaaat Story....Tell itttttt again!" (With one clap for each word)
Person 1: So yesterday I went to go get coffee, and it sounded really delicious, but the coffee shop was closed when I got there.


Everyone listening: "Great Story Tell it again" (chant)
by pseudosecrecy October 15, 2008
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When someone tells an incredibly stupid story with no meaning, so everyone around them says, "Great story. Tell it again."
Person: Once I walked down the hallway, but I needed to get to class, so I started to run, but then I saw a teacher so I stopped.

Everyone around person: Great story, tell it again.
by 3RDIE November 23, 2010
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What you say when someone tells a really lame, boring story that had no point. After the person finishes, say it, usually in a chant, sometimes accompanied with clapping with each word
Joe: OMG, yesterday, I went to Starbucks and I got a mocha frap, and then there were no seats! So I had to stand around waiting until someone got up, and then I sat in their seat and i took out my laptop and I played freecell.
Tina: Great story, tell it again, tell it at a party and make some friends! (clap, clap, clap)
by I. M. Cold March 3, 2010
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