Define You Don't Want Meaning

You Don't Want
What you say at the start of a question to influence the answer (usually to suit yourself)
Instead of asking "do you want..."

Passenger: "You don't want petrol money do you?"

Driver: "Ummm... no, course not..."
By Marcia
You Don't Want It
Universal meaning for, "come at me bro" or "bring it on". It is meant to fire up the directed person.

You don't want it, lil ass nigga!
By Jilli
Something You Don't Want
a very bad outcome; serious trouble or a big mess; a beatdown.

"Dude you keep saying that and you're gonna get something you don't want."
By Kirbee
You Don't Want The Sauce

Rachet Hoe: Bitch fight me
Classy ass lady: you don't want the sauce so sit down
By Lolita
You Don't Want No Sauce
A comeback or phrases used when in a argument or as a response when you don't want to hear the other person anymore T.A.P

Mom- Ty clean your room

Ty- I don't want to clean it

Mom- What did I say, you better clean it now
Ty- You don't want no sauce!
Mom- ??????
Ty- Exactly
By Tandy
You Don't Want To Know

By Vale
You Don't Want To Fight Me
A taunt popular in 2010 for a general response to any question. Using this response often gets a further negative response of the non-violent nature towards the question asker, and often used as a joke to assert oneself as one whom cannot be beaten in a fight. Often ended with "Brah" or other noun.

A: Markel, why didn't you respond to my text last night?

B: Because you don't want to fight me.

A: Shut up, I'll beat you up right now.

B: But you still don't want to fight me.
By Idelle
Names That You Don't Want To Have Or Be Called
A hurtful insult or label put on someone by another person. Also known as name-calling, slander, verbal harassment, or teasing. This can also include a name based on a person's reputation, or dirty parody names.

Rob Banks is a name I wouldn't want to be given by my parents. This makes people think I'm an aspiring criminal.
By Rosemarie
Don't You Want To Be In My Movie?
I am disappointed with what you just said or did. (esp. in LA)

Me: Dude, can I borrow $10?
You: nope.
Me: Don't you want to be in my movie?
By Brandise