where did this phrase come from? stop it now.
If you give a good performance, it's common parlance to say that you 'absolutely smashed it'. I don't, because I'm not a complete penis, but I've heard it around quite a lot.
It's gradually being replaced by 'stormed it', which is a bit nicer.
Pretty sure it's a sport. Probably not tennis. Maybe football.
Of course it didnt originate in stand you prat. Youve heard it around alot because youll be round complete dickheads
There are a few nobs, but no more than you'd get anywhere else.
It's nice that you've come into a thread solely to have a go at someone over an irrelevant issue, though. I hope it makes you feel good.
it didn't originate in stand-up
theguywithnousername said it in a much nicer way above, though. There's no real need to rant at people unless they've provoked you in some way.
I guess being a hypocrite on top of your mound of personality failings isn't a major thing
Get it whilst its hot.
"hey friend. how did you get on with getting rid of your entire crockery set?"
"I'm happy to report that I totally smashed it."
"now you have more room in your cupboards for toys."
"yes, or to hide."
"that would be more consistent with with the subject line."
"I thought you meant glasses."
"well yeah, anyone who didn't would be a total idiot."
Like baseball - 'knocking it out of the park' kind of thing.
but it seems to be used in a lot of different contexts. after the richard keys thing, however, it's hard to disassociate it from a pretty nasty undertone (smash her back doors in, LAD (killyourself) etc)
I hear it about 4 times daily
Proper lads, proper mascara.
Not heard owt else, but don't know how to approach their next song on this 1994 playlist - Lady Love Your C**t
A taped copy of it (with a live JAMC set on t'other side) got stuck in my broken car stereo. Listened to it on a loop for the duration of a fourteen hour return journey. Didn't even get close to tired of it. The tape eventually popped out without prompting just as the lyrics «Feels like I'm coming up for air» were being played (for the ~ seven hundredth time). Crap anecdote, and I've told it on here at least once before. Don't care. The point is that S*M*A*S*H were/are great.
like "i just smashed myself"
"that one's going in the smash-bank"
Just William said that.
That cheese smashed it gromit
they 'break' the old ones, or 'smash' them if they do miles better than the previous recordholder!!!1
thanks to Richard Keys it would be alright if we retired 'smashed it' now
now where does 'beasted it' come from
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