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  1. Definition of see you later, alligator in the Idioms Dictionary. see you later, alligator phrase. What does see you later, alligator expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. See you later, alligator - Idioms by The Free Dictionary.
  2. Jan 11,  · See you later, alligator This is an old use and still use for this catch phrase to tell someone see you. and the answer for it after while, crocodile, alligator and crocodile were brought for the sake of rhyme. OK, see you later, alligator.
  3. See you later, alligator. We say it all the time. Well, some of us do, particularly those over the age of 45, but its origin story is pretty dang familiar.
  4. The colloquial see you later, alligator, which originated in American English, is a catchphrase used on elomparlecucin.ifdelihinacderstoubeancarinroca.co expected response is in, or after, a while, crocodile. —Cf. also notes on ‘see you later, agitator’.. The earliest instance of see you later, alligator that I have found is from Teenagers’ Slang Expressions Are Explained by Columnists, by “Jackie and Jane, Star-Bulletin.
  5. This question was also asked on Yahoo. Sis29 (primarily), Melissa, L.A, and others came up with some interesting responses: See ya soon big baboon. See ya soon raccoon. Time to go buffalo. Take care teddy bear. Can’t stay blue jay. What's th.
  6. Here's See You Later Alligator from The Kiboomers! It's a super fun song to say goodbye at the end of the day. Perfect goodbye song for Kindergarten or Presc.
  7. May 17,  · The meme that the president’s eldest son posted for his million followers includes a picture of Biden saying, “See you later, alligator” while an alligator below replies, “In a while.
  8. PreS-Gr 2-Tortoise is ready to go on an adventure, and courtesy of an illustrated map before the title page, readers understand that this story likely takes place in a zoo or animal sanctuary of some kind. He bids his friends farewell, beginning with, "See you later, Alligator. I'll be a while, Crocodile." He continues with, "Toodle-oo, Kangaroo/5().
  9. Sep 18,  · The usual response to “see you later, alligator” is “in a while, crocodile”. The link between the responses is unknown to younger generations, but the real reason is actually just that they rhyme. There is internal rhyme in both responses. “Later” and “alligator” rhyme, while “while” and “crocodile” rhyme.

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