1. Another way of saying "what did you just say?", or asking the speaker to repeat their previous statement, due to lack of volume or attention or volume.
Synonyms: Huh? What? Whu? What did you say?, say again?, you talkin' to me? etc.

2. The question asked by youtube haters, cyber thugs, and internet toughguys when they first see a girl naked at age 45.
1. Matt: "I heard Dave knocked out Bruce last night and took his dope."
Vinnie: (paying attention to something else) "What's that?"
Matt: "I said, I heard Dave knocked out Bruce last night and took his dope."

2. (Paid-up-front-hooker removes her panties before youtube hater)
45 year old Youtube Hater (pointing to the snooch): What's that?
dodane przez BHK on Vernor kwiecień 22, 2009
Something you say when you are embarrassed about something or trying to change the subject.
Adam: "So Dwain I heard you blew that guy last night."

Dwain: "What's that?"
dodane przez Brucist sierpień 04, 2007
Another way of saying "what?" or "pardon me"

Synonyms: what, pardon me, say that again, I beg your pardon, I'm sorry?
Person 1- (Says something unintelligible)
Person 2 - What's that?"
Person 1 - I said we should head back now.
Person 2- Oh, alright then
dodane przez scratchpiece styczeń 22, 2011
1. Usually used to get an understanding of what someone is seeing. In most cases, the object in question is a face or an animal.
2. What people say when they just can't quite figure out what the hell their looking at.
Jesse: What's that?
Andy: My face.
dodane przez I Make Folks Cry sierpień 22, 2011
What is that
Yo, whatsthat
dodane przez Hercolena Oliver listopad 12, 2008
as in, "what did you say?". sounds tough. Travis Bickle says it in Taxi Driver
Bob: Hey, Charlie.... you're a fucking douche bag
Charlie: What's that?
dodane przez Zak Hall luty 05, 2005
1. Overhang above fat above vagina
2. A question asked by a gay man who has never seen a vagina
Your what's that is hanging out.
dodane przez Ari Smell lipiec 15, 2006

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