I need to dump you, and it's suddenly "our" problem/fault. Often said to be a girl phrase, is in fact used just as often by guys. When employed in e-mail, is an attempt to simultaneously sever e-mail contact and preclude actual "talk"...
emails: We need to talk. I'll call you.
Never quite summons up courage to call. Hopes like hell she won't e-mail or ring, and that he can skulk off into the night. Sign of cowardice, therefore an automatic disqualifier when it comes to relationship material...
作者 Robina22 2005年10月18日
You are fired.
About your behaviour at last night's company bbq...well... we need to talk.
作者 Sparkles! 2003年9月20日
i need to bitch to you about something that is damned serious.
honey, we need to talk about how to control our son's desire for porn.
作者 Anonymous 2003年9月20日
meaning (we) need to talk about shit I need to do.
girfriend: Rob, we need to talk.
Rob: Fuck! Trying to watch the game here.
作者 Rexall 2004年10月13日
Womanspeak for I don't like anything about you except you enormous cock/paycheck and you aren't being sensitive to my needs (big cock and paycheck).
Woman:We need to talk
Man:For the love of fucking Christ, what now? (under his breath)
Woman:You aren't listening to me.
Man:Get my check book. Go fuck a hat(under his breath)
作者 Snazzy McSnazz 2004年4月24日
You're so dead.
Hey husband! What's happening? We need to talk.

(he's dead!)
作者 totallyawesomeateverything 2012年5月14日
That's what a woman says to her boyfriend when he fucked up.
If your woman says this, run because you're fucked!
作者 The Dude 2004年11月11日
How someone kicks off a conversation where it will be only they talking, and you sweating. Just the mere mention of these words can frighten your partner or employees.


The best comeback is indifference to what they're saying, and a hearty "Fuck you". Or, alternatively, plan to do something that they'll really like as soon as they say this, then, at the end of it, say this to them, and fuck them off.
there are enough examples in this definition already.
作者 Gumba Gumba 2004年3月21日

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