From the song by the Kaiser Chiefs of the same name. Usually shouted at close quaters blurring the words together to sound like "ipredictariot". Used often in kitchens when very busy to exclaim the manic nature of working in a resturant and kitchen. The reply is often yes mate or i predict a riot in an even more incomprehensible nature. Usually the quicker and faster you say it the better.
George: "fuck it's busy tonight"
James: "i predict a riot"
Gary: "i predict a fucking riot"
Kit: "IPREDICTARIOT"
Mark: "YES MATE"
Por howser_uk 14 de septiembre de 2006
From the song by the Kaiser Chiefs of the same name. Usually shouted at close quaters blurring the words together to sound like "ipredictariot". Used often in kitchens when very busy to exclaim the manic nature of working in a resturant and kitchen. The reply is often yes mate or i predict a riot in an even more incomprehensible nature. Usually the quicker and faster you say it the better.
James: "fuck me, i predict a riot!"
Gary: "YES MATE!"
Kit: "IPREDICTARIOT!!!"
Mark:"skang ding"
Por howser_uk 14 de septiembre de 2006

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