This phrase, originally used only in the context of telephone customer service, has now gained popularity in any situation that calls for competence beyond what is being offered, or simply used as an obnoxious distraction.
" Jimbo had a limp pecker AGAIN so I asked for a little on shore help."

Police person: "Can I see your license and registration, please?"

LaRon "Only if I can get some onshore help."

Judge: "Please remand the accused to custody."

Jumbo (Jimbo's brother) "Can't a brother get some on shore help here or what?"
作者 209 fo' evah 2010年8月16日

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