It Is What It Is

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'It Is What It Is' is an idiomatic phrase, indicating the immutable nature of an object or circumstance. This is commonly used in American culture as a response of acceptance to something that makes little sense or has little to no validity.

It may also refer to:

  • It Is What It Is, a 2001 film directed by Billy Frolick
  • It Is What It Is, a 2007 autobiography by David Coulthard
  • It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq, a project by English artist Jeremy Deller
  • It Is What It Is, a radio show hosted by Michigan sports radio broadcaster Sean Baligian

In Music

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