the modern use of git r done was developed in the early 90's by hard working white males who reached a point in their life where they wanted to actually accomplish something in life... instead of getting completely hammered and rebuilding transmissions, the started doing projects that really mattered - projects like fixing the mailbox, cleaning the house, possibly even taking a few loads to the dump. This sudden surge of progress made these men feel good, like they were doing something. So, they had to have a way in their simple minds to reaffirm that feeling of getting something done. Thus, "GITRDONE!" was born. This can be said before a task is completed to motivate them, or after a task is completed to celebrate. It is also used profusely during the process of completing a task for no apparent reason which is very obnoxious and ambient. Often used with a drawn out "Woooooo!" yelling before or after. GITRDONE!
Buck: "Hey Stew, I just mowed the lawn and weeded the old ladies' flower bed!"
With roots in the Japanese Edo period (1603-1867), and popularized by the daily fart battle web site, FartBattle(dot)com, a fart battle is a flatulence competition where 2 or more participants expel flatus and a winner is deemed based on several criteria such as length, vibration, volume, frequency, smell, or dampness.
Why are you guys farting into your smart phones?
Oh, we're having a fart battle, recording our farts to be put up on FartBattle(dot)com for judging. We must settle this score!