Things All White People Love to Say | 22 Words

Twitter's latest meme trend is as accurate as it is funny. Loads of Twitter-users answered the question: what do white people love to say? The amount of '-isms' collected is crazy, and each person's answer is sure to make you laugh. From old jokes to catchphrases and offhanded remarks, our list covers a little bit of everything.

If you can think of a popular saying or two yourself, read on to see if the Internet agrees! You might even say a few of these things without realizing it! So check out this list of things that white people are definitely guilty of saying.

Some jokes must be repeated.

Get all the free stuff.

On the subject of living dangerously:

What’s life without some risk?

Such a lack of trust…

Psh, rude!

How do you make plans?

Is this code for "let’s not and say we did?"

Exercise to the fullest.

How else do you get cardio?

When Doritos pack a punch:

Gotta love Cool Ranch.

Sometimes the snack packs too much of a punch.

Run away!

What’s so funny?

Hmm, depends on the damage done.

A self-fulfilling prophecy…

At least the statement is truthful!

Restaurant etiquette is strange sometimes.

Gotta get every single crumb!

Is honesty always the best policy? Not always.

Hey, it was bad, not inedible!

Happy birthday?

Well, you’re not wrong.

How to greet your friends:

Gee, thanks, ‘friend.’

How about some self-made sound effects?

But you’re not knocking, you’re talking…

Sometimes even walking is too much.

Sounds unsanitary, but sure!

Hurry up!

Time’s a-wasting…I guess?

This phrase should have been left in the ‘90s.

Sure, let me just grab my drum set!

It's very secretive.

White people never do anything interesting.

"Hey, you old so and so!"

See, it's funny because it was actually not that long ago.

This is someone else's fault.

"The random act of shuffling was done by someone so incompetent they have indeed given me cards I would not prefer!"

A great question:

Are you going to fly away? Is that the plan here?

And he shall appear.

This might happen because the only thing white people do at parties is talk about who's coming, so the odds are good they literally were talking about someone as they come in.

I just check my phone these days.

The correct response to this is: "Hahaha but shut up and tell me the damn time already."

Talk about a hike.

You sure did, Melanie. You sure did.

"Welp, gettin' to be that time..."

Of course, many white people will say this and then continue talking to you for another four to five hours. They... don't have a lot going on.

Where's the lie?

I would also like to know what the word "oop" means.

Sometimes, white people feel the urge to say something if no one else is saying anything.

Would you rather we all talk with our mouths full? That's about the most disgusting thing I ever heard, Frank.

"Hahaha but seriously don't I love my dog."

White people are well-known to steal adorable dogs.

This is not a good problem-solving strategy.

Someday a wizard is going to start making things grow legs and walk away and it is going to shatter white people's very concept of reality.

Who is this "Vern?"

Board games are fun with white people. They rhyme things for no real reason!

"Better them than me!"

Another option? Simply don't comment on it at all.

"Hope that's my package. I been expecting it for weeks!"

And they're always shuffling and pulling up at their pants when they're doing it.

Next time, try an actual form of measurement.

I can't count the number of times I've hopped once, skipped once, and jumped once, only to find myself not at my destination.

This is very mean, white people.

Some people are just cuter as babies! Don't make them feel bad about it!

Well well well!

See, white people aren't great at communicating, so this is their way of saying, "I wish you had been on time and it is disappointing to me and feels disrespectful. I hope this behavior can be remedied in the future."

"Who left this coffee table here?"

This is often proceeded by a "Yee-owch!" and maybe even a bit of sharp exhaling disguised as laughing.

They're very excited about their new Applebook.

It's not like I was wondering what it was doing.

An exceptionally sneaky group.

This is usually said, loudly, when a white person is going to the bathroom in the middle of a movie.

Always looking for a silver lining.

How do you know what we need? Are you a plant?

It's all about you, isn't it?

Just take you W, white people.

It's a very funny moment from a very funny movie.

Again, I think this speaks to the white person's need to say something, even when nothing needs to be said. "Oh, a bit of silence? Time for a movie quote!"

Maybe they did! Did you ever think of that?

And think about how it's affecting that poor fast food employee! That must've been very difficult!

You know what I meant.

It's not funny to take my common turn-of-phrase literally, white people. Get some new material.

"We'll send this one to grandma."

There is nothing more important to a white person than the appearance of love. Love itself? That's a big-time whatever.

There are no guards at the store.

You're not wrong. They do let literally anyone in there.

Must. Not. Show. Emotion.

And then when they're in the midst of crying, they say, "oh, I'm just being silly."

Why do they all say this?!

This one blows my mind! It's such a weird specific! Also, why have we all been around a white person with a blue tongue enough times to know that this is a thing?!

A popular alternative to "you’re welcome."

Is it really, though?

If this ain’t the truth…

Guilty!

Always try and score that free meal:

Pay for your own dinner!

A popular term to convey emphasis:

It is said, literally, all of the time.

You have to issue a warning before the dancing starts:

Get ready for some sick moves!

Do you believe in magic?

Well, most tour guides do follow a script…

Too little, too late.

Thanks for the warning!

Learning languages can be fun:

Gesundheit!

Sound familiar?

If you’ve ever taken more than a couple of minutes on your shoes (or jacket), you’ve probably heard that!

How to tell when food is good:

That’s one way to interpret silence!

The car-key catchphrase:

Always state the obvious!

The oldest New Years’ joke:

We all say this at least once a year.

When rain starts to fall:

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