If you're like most of America, you've probably joined the petition to add "Howbowdah" as an official word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary by now.
I'll admit, I've already said it about three times this morning.
Back in September, Danielle Bregoli forever changed the way we get into altercations by saying, "Cash me outside, how bow dah?" on national television.
This "problem child" dropped her infamous phrase during an appearance on “Dr. Phil," where she bragged about fighting, stealing cars and being a 13-year-old thug.
Then she proceeded to threaten the "laughing hoes" (aka the audience members) with a phrase that roughly translated into English as "Catch me outside. How about that?"
Bregoli's "cash phrase" was pure internet gold, so it didn't take long for people to turn the "Cash Me Outside" girl into all sorts of hilarious memes.
THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN BAHSJAJSHSJSSMXKDD CASH ME OUSSIDE HOWBOW DAH pic.twitter.com/TMzZDj5FvU — TRI$ (@tristanthoo) January 16, 2017
Not to mention, its been turned into one seriously dope "Napoleon Dynamite" remix.
If you've been longing to hear more of her bizarre phrases, I have some good news for you.