A phrase originally used to mean "let's get money" as bread=dough and dough is a common slang term for money. Nowadays, the term"let's get this bread" is more loosely defined as a sort of battlecry in a sense, calling upon the will of the person(s) to succeed, not necessarily in just gaining monetary funds. It may also be taken more literally as well, as the loaf of bread (or any bread in general) can be a very powerful symbol and source of hype for a crowd.
*About to get your paycheck* "Awe yeah, let's get this bread!"

*At a crowded Key Club event at Six Flags, and you pull two loaves of bread out from under your sweatshirt* "AWE YEAH, LET'S GET THIS BREAD!!" *crowds of other Key clubbers notice and start chanting along with you* "BREAD, BREAD, BREAD..."

Synonyms: Let's yeet this wheat, let us attain/obtain the grain, let's feast on this yeast, let's empower this flour, let's go with the dough, let's entrust this crust
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originally from SpongeBob episode where Squidward moves and creates a new life away from SpongeBob and Patrick, living with fellow squids. This episode he squidward does the same routine every day.

New synonyms = lets get this grain, lets purchase this pita, let's take this tortilla, etc.
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also known as lgtb a term used by cool people to say "let's get this money". said to people who don't want to go to work like "come on, let's get this money."
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Getting the bread, or money
In modern day "Let's get this bread" can also mean just getting a w.

Synonyms: Let's skeet/yeet the what, let's yeet/feast on the yeast, let us attain/obtain the grain, empower this flour, let's go with the dough, Let us get on these croutons, let's entrust this crust, Let's rain in the grain, let's fly this rye, let's gotti this stotty, Power fo' that sourdough, Stop roughin we need this English muffin
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Let’s Get This Bread is a phrase commonly used to mean “let’s get/make money”, where the “bread” refers to money. The phrase most likely originated in the grocery industry, in which the weekly paychecks are delivered to the stores via the regular bread shipment.
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Common saying meaning to figuratively make money, but when you think about it, bread is made from dough, dough can also mean money. So getting bread means a lot, if you're making the most money in a family YOU ARE THE BREAD WINNER. Actually you can't win the bread if you don't know how to bake it from the dough, meaning if you don't invest and save your money (dough) you can't MAKE BREAD. Also this is a reference to the little red hen story. If you don't help in the process of making bread, YOU CAN'T EAT THE BREAD. John Smith had it right when he said: “He that will not work shall not eat.” IF YOU DON'T PUT IN THE WORK TO MAKE THE BREAD YOU GONNA STARVE LIKE THE DUDES IN JAMESTOWN. SO GET UP, GET HYPED, GET SMART, PUT IN THE WORK AND LET'S GET THIS BREAD MOTHER FUCKERS
boss dude hands you your paycheck*
you: " HELL YEAH MOTHER FUCKER LET'S GET THIS BREAD
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