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  • "Duh" and "No duh" mean the same thing.

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  • #2
    Thank you for your insightful observation.
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    • fanuvbrak
      fanuvbrak commented
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      no duh

       


    • Lee Knight
      Lee Knight commented
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      Not really. Duh is sort of like the scarlet letter. Someone does something stupid, says something ridiculous... you give them a duh. It's like you're branding that incident with a duh. Like a gold star in reverse. A negative gold star.

       

      No duh, does not warrant a duh. It is worse than duh. It's like, I'd pin a duh on that moment but it doesn't even qualify for a lowly duh. It's a no duh.

       

      See? so... like, duh.


  • #3
    What about the venerable "yes duh"?
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      fanuvbrak wrote:"Duh" and "No duh" mean the same thing.

       




       


      No, duh.



      'Duh' is used when someone says something so obvious that it seems stupid to even mention it.



      "Hey, water's wet!"



      "Duh!"


       



      By comparison, 'No, duh' is used in two ways:


       


      1) When the initial statement is a negative 


      "Hitler didn't like the Jews"


      "No, duh!" [No he didn't, that's obvious]


       


      or if the statement is so obviously wrong that it seems breathtakingly stupid.



      2) "I heard Hitler liked Jews"



      "No, duh!" [no, of course he ****************ing didn't.  Everyone knows he didn't]


       


      But if someone was to say "water is wet", you wouldn't reply "no, duh!"


       

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      • fanuvbrak
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        Motorik wrote:

        fanuvbrak wrote:"Duh" and "No duh" mean the same thing.

         


         

        No, duh.


        'Duh' is used when someone says something so obvious that it seems stupid to even mention it.


        "Hey, water's wet!"


        "Duh!"

         


        By comparison, 'No, duh' is used in two ways:

         

        1) When the initial statement is a negative 

        "Hitler didn't like the Jews"

        "No, duh!" [No he didn't, that's obvious]

         

        or if the statement is so obviously wrong that it seems breathtakingly stupid.


        2) "I heard Hitler liked Jews"


        "No, duh!" [no, of course he ****************ing didn't.  Everyone knows he didn't]

         

        But if someone was to say "water is wet", you wouldn't reply "no, duh!"

         


        Then why is it acceptable for "Hitler didn't like jews" to receive a "no duh", when "water is wet" is essentially the same statement.

        Duh.


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      • rickenvox
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        It's getting late












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