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Used to comment on an action perceived as foolish or stupid, or a statement perceived as obvious.‘I left the keys in the ignition—duh!’‘Leopold correctly informs him that the opera is in Italian (duh!)’
- ‘Well, uh, that could be because I'm not evil, duh!’
- ‘Well, duh - we've been at war with these jokers for a decade now.’
- ‘Of course I'll be trying it again tomorrow, duh.’
- ‘It was a stupid thing to do and I'll never do it again and I feel real sorry for anyone who thinks they can use heroin as a medicine because um, duh, it don't work.’
- ‘They all answer no, duh - and Tina asks again on the other side of the break.’
- ‘He looked at me as if I was crazy in the head or something and replied, ‘Well, duh!’’
- ‘The correct answer - duh - is C. Now go read the whole thing.’
- ‘And duh, I should read threads more rigorously before I post.’
- ‘No amount of therapy seemed to help (well duh…) so while patching him up after the latest beating the doc suggested to his mother to ‘let him learn aikido’’
- ‘Well, ask a stupid question and you're likely to get a stupid answer, like duh!’
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