On the Internet , the joke is often used in image macros , web comics and viral videos. The phrase was first popularized by Canadian comedian Mike Myers in the blockbuster comedy Wayne's World . In the film, Wayne uses the phrase in response to his sidekick Garth while shooting a local access television show in his basement. Garth: "Hey are you through yet? Cause I'm getting tired of holding this. The expression "Said the actress to the bishop" was used as a crude double entendre in nearly the exact same context as "That's what she said. Urban Dictionary  has many entries for the phrase "that's what she said," with the earliest created by user Bug on August 26th, On October 23rd, , the web comic Xkcd published a comic titled "That's What She Said"  , which featured a stick figure using the catchphrase in response to a grammatically ambiguous sentence shown below. On June 13th, , Xkcd published another comic titled "How It Happened"  , in which a stick figure uses the phrase in response to an obviously sexual story. On March 16th, , the "That's What She Said" application was released on the iTunes  store, which provided a button that would play an audio recording of someone saying the phrase.
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As we now know, The Office was destined to stay on the air for nine seasons. Netflix has given younger viewers who never saw The Office on TV the opportunity to watch the series for the first time and fans who loved the series during its original run to revisit it time and again. In turn, like Spongebob Squarepants , the show has become one of the most memed shows in internet history. But before that happens, TIME is here to rank the best The Office memes ever that the show has inspired in the nearly 15 years since its March debut — and boy, are there a lot to choose from. Because as long as the absurd workplace comedy of The Office remains relatable to the modern world, people will keep watching and the memes will keep flowing. For those reasons and more, The Office continues to keep people coming back for more. After trying and failing to win Michael over in the wake of the Stamford branch merging with Scranton, a hurt Andy segues away from the conversation with this passive aggressive apology. Of course, he follows it up by punching a hole in the wall, ruining any chance he had of remaining calm, cool and collected. It has since been regularly employed by memers hoping to recreate the awkward magic of him uttering those words aloud.
I'm just gonna come right out and say it: The Office is the greatest TV series on the planet, and I'm willing to argue with anyone who thinks otherwise. On paper, the NBC series may sound boring to those who haven't watched it before. I mean, it follows a group of people in Scranton, PA, who spend most of their time in a dull office selling paper, of all things, but the characters bring it to life, drawing you in with their one-of-a-kind personalities, hysterical one-liners , and relatable quirks. The workplace sitcom may have stopped airing back in , but I still find myself quoting it constantly and rewatching old episodes over and over again, laughing just as much as I did the first time. To help other passionate fans of The Office relive the show's glory, I've compiled some of the best GIFs of Scranton's Dunder Mifflin crew doing what they do best: being the most dysfunctional yet lovable squad of all.
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