An expression of total non-surprise at the revelation of something that is supposedly new and/or exciting, but is actually old hat. Often used in a sarcastic context.
Person A: "A new report just released says that the sky is blue."
Person B: "News at 11."
by Some Guy (2q38f7bdo73h2sdlh) September 14, 2005
When you go off to New Zealand to have a 7-way with complete strangers. It’s open all hours of the night and there’s a chance someone might catch a STD.
Tobias: Hey Riley, I got several of my mates at my house tonight and we need just one more person to perform a New Zealand 7/11.
Riley: no thanks, I don’t want to get sick.
by Datzabbadabbado June 26, 2019