Who Dat?! is basically a rhetorical question used by New Orleans Saints fans to intimidate the opposing team and their fans. The whole chant is "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say dey gonna beat dem saints?!" or others say it shortened as "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say gon' beat dem saints?!" The whole "Who Dat?!" phrase comes from southern slang in the United States. Instead of saying "Who is that?" or "Who is it?" A lot of southerners might just say "Who dat?" OH AND GGGGGGGGGGGOOOOOOOOOO SAINTS also cause its fun to say who dat
Who Dat?! is basically a rhetorical question used by New Orleans Saints fans to intimidate the opposing team and their fans. The whole chant is "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say dey gonna beat dem saints?!" or others say it shortened as "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say gon' beat dem saints?!" The phrase "Who Dat?!" originated in the south of the US as southern slang. Instead of saying, "Who is that?" or "Who is it?", someone with more of a deep south accent might say, "Who dat?".
First, get your spelling correct, and many people routed for the Saints! No one say 'cause nobody can't!
eggs and bacon...no really its like who is that "Who dat" in the creole accent. The entire phase is "Who dat say they gone beat dem Saints?" They say it because its the nickname of the team its like sayin we're the best..
It began circa 1983, when Bum Phillips was head coach of the Saints and the team came close to making the playoffs. New Orleans fans adopted a popular football chant and adopted it as their own. It went: "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints? Who dat? Who dat?" Occasionally, opposing teams would defeat the Saints and respond, "We dat!"
It is because of the chant the fans came up with for them. It goes "Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say dey gon' beat dem Saints?!". So, naturally people just sometimes call the Saints the "Who Dats" as a nickname. The fans are in turn called "Who Dat Nation" instead of just being called Saints fans all the time.
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The Bengals fans say Who Day(or Dey) while the Saints fans say Who Dat!, so I guess the Bengals fans said "who day" first. But as for who started the chant first, it's been said that Who Dat! came first and that it didn't start with the Saints but with another school team in Louisiana. But a lot agree that it started in the south and not anywhere else because of the orgin of speech.Both "Who Dey" and "Who Dat" are grammatically incorrect, but seeing as people in Louisiana actually use who dat in everyday speech and not just in a chant;Example: Who dat said dat?, or Who dat at da do',or Who dat supposed to be?as opposed to people in Ohio using who dey only in their chant, it can be said that it most likely started with the southern state Louisiana. It's just more natural.
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Awww man who da say day gonna beat dem saints?!? Answer be niggity syx times yo.
New Yorkers say yes while New Orleanians say no.
ive heard ppl say dat they beat him with long range attacks and dig but u also need sleep seeds+reviver seeds+oran berarys hope this helps
I am going to say the Saints. The way the Cardinals defense did against the Packers, i think Breeze will have a field day picking them apart!
When you have a nice rhythm to what you are going to say, or if you know exactly what you are going to say. I like to think of it as a beat of what your typing. Hope this helped, Megan
I thought it was Spooks on the loose.
They say in their dumb language please let me win!
"dat wij" is Dutch for "that we". Like in: zij zeggen dat wij moeten gaan --> they say that we have to go.
cuz she lied n said dat she gave him a disease but she was just playin so he beat her befor she could say she was playin she need it any way
umh..... the most spicy meal is i would say hot wings but to some people it is not hot i dnt really know cuz everything DAT i eat DAT they say is hot it is not hot to me DAT is a tricking question there
Sometime possibly in the late 60's early 70's when the team first emerged, but it should be noted that the term "Who Dat?" is common slang in the south, especially in New Orleans, so the cheer version of it was most likely not new or exclusive to the Saints. Though there are some who claim the phrase in other states and say that New Orleans stole it from them, it's more believable that it started with Louisiana and the rest of the south since it is apart of everyday speech.
he says dat his stupid
you say beat it