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The phrase “I’d hit it” is one used both on the intarweb as well as in the scary scary real world, and as such is one whose memedom blurs the boundaries so that its origin and influence are uncertain, which is convenient because I’m too lazy to look it up. Whilst usually said to concisely sum up ones desire to indeed “hit that” in reference to attractive individuals, animals, or objects, it may also be used to satirically suggest the recipient is fugly or else has a potential for fornication that may havebeen overlooked.
On the net, there are two popular variants of this image based meme. The first simply being a derivative of the phrase ?I?d hit that? with an attempt at a clever picture for ensuing lulz, with the second being a clever turn of phrase about this theme, with epic-wins ensuing if a clever picture is attached. Noteable instances involve those which transcend genre, such as ?I?d hit that so hard that only the true king of England could pull me out? or ?I?d hit that like a disabled childhits wooden blocks with a hammer?, both of which can be used in a wide variety of situations in reference to a wide variety of subjects, and yet still retain their appeal.
Unlike many memes, this is truly timeless ? it?s easy to think of a caveman saying it in perhaps a more literal sense than we do now, or else it being the mating call of future humans everywhere. What?s certain is that for now it?s here to stay with websites such as http://www.wouldyouhitthis.com/ and http://www.snorgtees.com/iditthat-p-730.html capitalizing on its popularity, as well as its general use in forums and conversations.
Interesting facts according to http://www.urbandictionary.com include:
Formerly a slang phrase referring to a male’s stated prediliction toward sexual relations with a previously identified female, the phrase has now come to refer to an individual’s stated desire to perform sexual relations with a (typically McDonald’s) hamburger.
Background: An unfortunate McDonald’s advertising campaign, circa early 2005, developed under the assumption that the use of urban lexicon might appeal to a previously underrepresented demographic, i.e., the burger-fetishists.
“Double Cheeseburger? I’d hit it. I’m a Dollar Menu guy.”
(McDonald’s advertising copy, used without permission.)
as well as…
Vernacular. Expresses a desire to have sexual relations, usually from the dominant/giving aspect rather than the submissive/receiving one. Implies a lack f personal respect / emotional investment for the person to be “hit.” Exact phrase is necessary to carry the meaning. Division, alteration or attempt to use in a literal sense may result in misunderstanding and ridicule.
Common mistakes are made when refering to “a hit” as in a dose of a (usually illegal) non-food chemical compound, or physically striking an object. In such cases, it is preferable to use the actual word for the object to be “hit” over the pronoun “it.”
Right: “Tha girl over there? Yeah, I’d hit it.”
Wrong: “Who has the bong? I’d hit it!”
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