Cash me Outside
Cash me Outside
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What does “Cash Me Outside” Mean?
As a humorous or clever approach to hypothetical scenarios, the cash me outside meme is often used online as an alternative to “fight me” in difficult situations. The meme is often used to sarcastically suggest a humorous response to a difficult situation. It implies that the person is not willing to fight and is instead asking the other person to take the conversation outside.
“Cash me outside” is the corruption of a statement made by a supposedly tough female gang member on Dr. Phil’s show. That was the exact phrase: “Cash me outside how bout dat”! In proper English, this would be: “Catch me outside (of the building), how about that”?
In September 2016, Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli, 13, and her mother appeared on Dr. Phil to discuss her “out-of-control” behavior. The two women’s segment on The Dr. Phil Show is nothing new if you watch it regularly. Two teens with attitude and a mouth to match + one anxious mother equal solid television (it always does). “I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime,” proclaims an entry on The Dr. Phil Show’s website. On the other hand, some people argue that Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli is a victim of exploitation. They argue that she and her mother were taken advantage of by The Dr. Phil Show, which is known for its sensationalist approach to topics. Furthermore, they argue that Peskowitz Bregoli was not given a fair chance to defend herself or her actions on the show.
One perfect moment likely saved the segment from obscurity on daytime television. As Bregoli gestures towards the audience, he says, “All these hos laughin’ like there’s something funny.” Dr. Phil pauses, pausing and moving his hands as though trying to understand Bregoli’s meaning, “the hos are laughing?” ” The audience begins to applaud. At which point Bregoli unleashes the line that would soon make her an internet star: “Cash me outside, howbow dah?”
As her mother explains, noting her daughter’s accent was acquired on “the streets,” “cash me outside” “means she’ll go outside and do what she has to do.” How ’bout that.
It was slang from a young teenager that thought she was tough on a talk show. I believe she intended to say “catch me outside.” Meaning let’s go outside of here and we will fight. Her pronunciation was very “street” and it sounds like she said, “cash me outside.” She couldn’t fight in the studio so she was hoping that she would “catch” some of them outside on the street and they could settle the matter with their fists. The phrase is similar to saying “meet me outside” or “take this outside”, which are both common phrases used to challenge someone to a physical confrontation.