Performing badly at any task, especially at work, because of being hungry.

This term is derived from a Snickers commercial that originally aired during Superbowl XLIV.
Boss: Joe, you were supposed to have this done an hour ago.

Joe: Sorry, boss. I was in a hurry this morning and I skipped breakfast, so now I'm playing like Betty White.
作者 Gene Yoos 2011年2月26日
1- phrase used to insult people who are not good at sports, such as football or Russian Snake Charming, or any other activity requiring strength/ panflutes.

2- common insult used on people who have not/ do not eat Snickers before important events, such as football or Colombian Tennis.
1- Come on Detmenkov, you're like Betty White out there, man up!

2- Hey Elizaboria, eat this Snickers, you're playing like Betty White! We need 4 more points or they'll keep the cocaine!
作者 easytoremember 2010年9月16日

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