An ironic phrase used to describe one's reaction when events go terribly wrong. Typically used as a roast.
Friend 1: Oh fuck, she screenshotted my dick pic
Everyone else: oh, that's a start
by Old baby April 26, 2017
A polictically-correct way to say the word "retarded," a la the Black Eyed Peas song "Let's Get It Started."
Tom: Oh man, Jim, I was heading to school today and I saw a BUNCH of retarded kids walking to their special school.
Teacher: Thomas Joseph Wilkins! You know not to use such language in the classroom!
Tom: Sorry, Mrs. Peterson. What happened was I saw a bunch of it started kids on the way to school. They were so it started that I went up and stole a bunch of money from each of them and they didn't even notice, and then I pushed one of them over, laughed at him, and yelled "get out of the way, it start!"
Teacher: That's much better Thomas.
by Nicholas D October 20, 2005
that little button in the bottom left of the screen
by d-block October 24, 2003
1.) To begin, to intice.

2.) Used to begin fights, races, sexual intercourse.... you know, it's used to begin just about anything.
3....2....1....START!

Umm, don't you mean "Go?"
by Manawski March 7, 2003
To begin an argument; saying something you know will lead to a fight
Girlfriend: we don't spend enough time together

Boyfriend: don't start
by crcro September 25, 2011
Politically correct term for 'shit has started' or 'she started' ...otherwise known as a rant from the wife/girlfriend. Generally a good time to take the dog for a walk or go fishing.
Contact with a mate using the code words "it started ". Example Frank texts or calls Barry using the phrase "it started '"... which alerts his mate to come visit him for a coffee to help break the tension or to facilitate Franks escape from the home ie suggested fishing trip
by Avidnosleeper May 4, 2019
Using mildly provocative verbal jocularity with the intention of kicking off some ultimately violent behaviour or pagger
A; "Are you enjoyin' yer toastie?"
B"Are you fecking starting on me?!"
by davidharris October 31, 2005