A phrase adopted by Australian comedian Adam Hills, usually used as an expression of affirmation or encouragement.

It was coined during a 1999 stand-up performance in Melbourne, Australia. Hills had invited an audience member on stage to yell out his own name; instead, the man shouted "go you big red fire engine!" The phrase quickly became an audience chant, and Hills subsequently used it as an affirmative mantra, eventually basing a stand-up show around it in 2001.

"Go you big red fire engine!" came to be regarded as a general expression of encouragement, and with Hills' urging it began to weasel its way into pop culture: it ended up appearing in a Detroit newspaper and on a Swedish website, as well as being yelled out in the Australian Federal Parliament by then-Senator Natasha Stott Despoja.
"The only way I could get through every night (of a bad gig) was, as I walked on, to just go, 'go you big red fire engine!' I could face anything after saying that!" - Adam Hills, "Go You Big Red Fire Engine" (2001)
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Is an utmost blatant curse word (derived from Paris Hilton according to Kuya Jobert) that demoralizes someone like a douchebag at your workplace who opposes your suggestions or ideas.

Having a strong Filipino accent will surely vanish your opponent in just a blink of an eye, Use it wisely.
person 1: I don't like the suggestion of going to Paris the next day after work...
you: Oh is that so? PAKYU GO TO YOU! Continental Pakyu! Pukeney-nginey-mo! MHM Vagina Flaws!
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" Alyssa was fucking T Shawn Dog in the ear " said Demetri
" I told her once you go black you go deaf "
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Something you say when teaching someone. Usually to encourage or indicate they have done something right.

Also, inappropriately used as a filler like "or something like it" and "you know what I mean".
"Is this how it's done?"
"Yeah, there you go"

"Is this how it's done?"
"No, it's like this"
"There you go"
"WTF! I'm the one teaching you!"
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