An abbreviation for who is she. Contributing to the ‘we don’t know her’ persona when in a situation that can easily reference something from pop culture or an inside joke. It’s mainly used for comedic purposes. It’s perfect to use when you think a situation or object parallels that of a story or person from popular culture. Refuting the ‘who’ basically means who’s that? We don’t know this person anymore because this situation this object encapsulates it better than they would if they were currently here. It’s almost like forget about them look at this instead.
Person: *sees a literal hole in the ground*
Person: Alice and wonderland who?
Person: *has a stick in hand*
Person: Harry Potter who?
Person: *holds a plastic sword*
Person: *GASP* King Arthur who?
by cocoahelpsmecode August 02, 2019
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What my deaf Great Uncle always replies with when talked to.
Great Nephew: "Here micky, I got you some winegums in the shop!"

Great Uncle: "WHO??!!"
by Nephew Stevenensoneon March 22, 2008
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either of the pair of mammary glands extending from the front of the chest in pubescent and adult human females and some other mammals; also : either of the analogous but rudimentary organs of the male chest especially when

Aka: Breasts
"Dude you justed touched Christie Boners who-whos"

sorce"dude wheres my car"
by Jimmy Paterson November 17, 2005
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They rival The Beatles when it comes to progression. They started as an R&B cover band, catering to their mod audience. From there, they produced angst-ridden singles like I Can't Explain and My Generation.

They might be best known for their rock opera Tommy, about a deaf dumb and blind boy who becomes a pinball champion and a spiritual leader.

Quadrophenia, another rock opera by The Who, is musically superior to Tommy but lesser known by the general public. It tells the story of a mod named Jimmy who struggles to find his identity and find happiness. I wouldn't be surprised if it strongly influenced American Idiot.

Between the two rock operas, they produced Who's Next, known for Baba O'Riley (aka "Teenage Wasteland), Behind Blue Eyes, and Won't Get Fooled Again.

During their early years, guitarist Pete Townshend and drummer Keith Moon would smash their equipment at the end of their gigs. Good way to get out of doing an encore!
I hope I die before I get old.

Right behind you, I see the millions. On you, I see the glory. From you, I get opinions. From you, I get the story.

Don't cry. Don't raise your eye. It's only teenage wasteland.

Can you see the real me?

Love, reign o'er me!
by Jon March 17, 2005
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Best band ever, combined great song writing with explosive live preformaces. Considered by many the roots of hard rock and punk.
Featured Lead songwriter, guitarist Pete Townshend, power vocalist Roger Daltrey, insane drummer Keith Moon, and master bass player John Entwistle
The Who kicked some serious ass last night.
by TheOx June 14, 2004
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