A phrase uttered after another person asks a question that was answered in a recent conversation. Origin comes from "scrolling up" in a text-message conversation.
Person 1: Hey, what club are we going to tonight?
Person 2: Dude, we just talked about that 2 minutes ago. You need to scroll up and stop asking stupid questions.
verb. to scroll up. used in Instant Message conversations, generally during an arguement or debate of some kind. one person will tell the other to "scroll up" in reference to something they have said earlier in the conversation, implying that the other person may need to use the scroll bar to go back and re-read what has already been said.

see also "scroll ^" or "^^"
person1: you dont think its fucked up that she did that to him?
person2: OMFG! i just said that like 10 times?!
person1: so do think it is or not....
person2: scroll up!
person2: geez
by Olly J March 13, 2005