2. A phrase used (with ironic reference to the above incident) to express feigned dissatisfaction with another's recent or impending actions or speech.
"Are you kidding? Don't tase me, bro!"
First known use by Andrew Meyer at the University of Florida Sept. 17, 2007. He subsequently became the subject of much ridicule.
Guy: Hey, don't tase me, bro.
Cop: That's it.
Derek: "Hey, don't tase me, bro! I was drunk!"