One of those irritatingly meaningless phrases English footballers use too often in TV interviews. It usually sounds like they're trying to claim they were the first to think up whatever predictable crap they're talking about. Only they're not clever enough to think like that...
"As I say, if you score goals you win games"

"It was always going to be hard to beat Liverpool, but, as I say, we won"
by Hunthill September 26, 2006
1. A linguistic tool used to flaunt one's supreme state of refinement and intellectual capacity, preceding a statement that expresses alarm and/or emphasis.

2. A stand alone vocalization of alarm by a very classy guy.
1. I say! We simply MUST sterilize stupid people. Pip pip!

2. Billy Bob, "I done what am do should be able to vote, same as you!"
Xavier, "I say!"
by Baron Wellington May 1, 2007
As used in Jeeves & Wooster, and presumably actually by the British upper class before the Great War.

1. Indeed
2. (expression of surprise): huh, wow.
3. Come on, really?
4. Hello
5. Remarkable
6. Etc. Etc.
1. Useless upperclass twit (UUT) 1: "It's a lovely day, isn't it?"
UUT 2: "I say"
by Elduderino42 March 31, 2009
What you says when saysing about a past experiance, saysing something to Maybell. After you says something to Maybell, you need to go to someone else and says them that you says something to Maybell.
So i says to Maybell i says... if i have to send one more fax, then you can just call me "Mr. Fax Sender"
by Salty Samurai September 11, 2005
A phrase used to express astonishment or surprise. Sometimes used as a phrase of disgust.
Homie spent a thousand dollars on dat bitch! I say damn!
by Danbridge November 22, 2006
a slang saying that got popularised when Linus of Linus Tech Tips YouTube Channel did a LInux challenge, where the team tried to use Desktop Linux as their operating system, the first video was released in November 2021, in which Linus chose PopOS operating system, and there was a bug in the software center at that particular time, due to which 'steam' (the gaming software) had some conflicts with the desktop environment, due to which the installation was not being done through software center. Searching on internet, Linus resorted to command-line way, and the program warned that it may potentially damage the system, and to do proceed only if the user knows what they are doing. Linus, without reading anything, typed in the prompt which required to enter "Do as I say" to proceed, leading to the monitor going black and the system crashing.
The software: Removing your bootloader may make your system unbootable. Do you know what you are doing?
Random person who just read Internet having no knowledge of topic: Do as I say!
by October 17, 2022
how you correct a radio transmission when those lazy FDC terds arent paying attention to your fire mission.
FO: direction 1200, distance 2300 over
FDC: direction 1200, distance 3300 out
FO: I SAY AGAIN direction 1200, distance 2300 over
by wildcardman January 14, 2011