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  • I have seen Prolagus use this a couple of times and am curious about what it means. I could probably look it up in Urban Dictionary, but there's no immediate link and I'm not fully awake yet. So I'll just ask.

    My first guess would be: "What's The Big Hurry", but that doesn't fit the circs, so then, remembering BHAG (wasn't that "Big Hairy-Assed Goal"?), I thought, "What The Big Hairy". That took me to "What The Big Harry", but then, who the f--k is Harry? But maybe this is short for WTBHAD: What's The Big Hairy-Assed Deal?. I'm feeling lost.

    December 2, 2009

  • What The Bloody Hell ... ? ?

    December 2, 2009

  • WGS (what gangerh said) . :-)

    I made it up but I bet it's in common use (unless it's considered too mild... compared to the terrible WTFG...)

    December 2, 2009

  • Yup, it's in use.

    December 2, 2009

  • Thanks, I should have gotten that, but then, I'm not British, so "bloody" doesn't necessarily spring to mind. WTFH would be my dialect.

    But now I'm wondering if WTBHAG is a sweet tooth fairy?

    December 2, 2009

  • Sounds like the call letters of an east-coast talk radio station. "It's five minutes past the top of the hour on WTBH, coming up next it's NPR's All Things Considered."

    December 3, 2009

  • Heh.

    December 3, 2009