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The question says it all: where does the phrase "beer me" come from? And, is it widely used other than in the United States?

The phrase 'beer me' meaning, "give me a beer!"

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    I think this question is more suitable for English SE. – Altbier is not Old Beer Nov 13 '19 at 17:35
  • I think your question has judging you to originate you and the effect of beer to you. But beer for me or other people is a vitamins, that people said drink beer only moderately to mentain the figthing virus or bacteria or anything coming from us. – Lordjustine Nov 21 '19 at 2:34
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Good question, and no real origin that I can find; the oldest documented use that I could find is from The Simpsons, Episode 19, Season 2 (November 15, 1990):

Homer: "Marge, beer me! ... Don't toy with me woman."

AS HEARD IN SEASON 2 - DEAD PUTTING SOCIETY

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