A phrase indicating displeasure and/or disappointment over something.

The phrase was popularized by Naomi Campbell who stated it in an interview.
Person 1: "Did you see those nude photos of Madonna that leaked?"
Person 2: "I am not here for that."

Person 3: "Did you see that despite negative reviews, Lady Gaga is going to release 'Marry the Night' as a single?"
Person 4: "I am not here for that."
by drinkmytearsandcry January 28, 2012
Something an idiot who means hear hear will type in chat rooms or social networking sites.
Idiot 1: "Uggs and Crocs are topped only by the inspired combo known as Cruggs"
Idiot 2: Here Here
by MBB33 February 16, 2010
A phrase that expresses pleasure or support for something
Girl #1: Have you seen Jake's new haircut?
Girl #2: yes girl it looks bangin. I'm so here for it
by derpadil January 3, 2016
A place that always follows you.
In school: I'm here
At home: I'm here
In the street: I'm here
by mrtpitiesyou December 18, 2007
An exclamatory phrase, most commonly associated with Samuel Adams, a brewer and a patriot. The Samuel Adams bar at Logan Airport in Boston is by far the greatest alcoholic establishment with great beer and a fantastic view of runway 33L. Here Herecan be said in agreement with just about anything, except pink socks and vaginal fungus. It can also be said at the dinner table when toasting against taxation without representation.
<I think it's time for fireworks and bow legged women

>Here Here!
by Talons January 13, 2005
Preceded by a street name, this is a popular tag for many chavs and other taggers to mark their teritory, is thought to originate from the 1994 movie The Shawshank Redemption, in which Brooks carves "BROOKS WAS HERE" on a rafter, before hanging himself from it.
DEVVO WAS HERE
variants: woz ere, woz ea
by Tyler Poxton July 6, 2008