An expression used when someone says something that potentially insults or otherwise mocks themself.
Person 1: S and M is not as socially unaccepted as it used to be.
Person 2: You said it!
by Stuart October 31, 2003
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A phrase used when you agree with something. Usually said loudly, and in a deep voice.
by Jessyka00 April 12, 2007
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Similar to that's what she said, but much more useful because it works in any situation. When you say this to someone else, it will most likely confuse the other person.
Anuj: I ate curry last night.
Tomo: That's what you said!
Anuj: Um... Yeah I did?
by AnusMan2010 July 7, 2010
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You said you love me
Then you say you don't love me
You said you need me
Then you say you don't need me
You said you want my love
Then you say my love is not what you want.
You said.
I said.
Everyone else said.
No longer between us.
You said. You say.
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Like you said is a subtle and elegant way of putting your words in the mouth of someone. It requires first to 'cook' the person you are talking to with sharp logical arguments and an adamant brilliance in oratory skills, and then to make the poor dude agree to a point that he surely would resist under the threat of a gun in normal conditions.
Yankees Fan:

"Bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla...and sure! That much is true and I totally give it to you (the other guy hasn't spoken in minutes), man: last season indeed we were pretty sloppy in those crucial away games, but then again, like you said, there ain't no team like the Yankees and there'll never be".

Red Sox Fan: (looking puzzled but mesmerized) "Uhm, yeah..."
by Parcerito July 8, 2011
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