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Whateverrrrr Whateverrrrr 36-40, F 16 Answers Jun 8, 2012

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Usually that is the case. But sometimes I say what because I am shocked at what someone has said and I want them to clarify it.

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same

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Thank you for best answer.

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What?.......damn.....and all this time I thought my wife was hard of hearing.

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lmao

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You can't turn a statement into a question just by changing the period to a question mark. Grammar doesn't work that way (most of the time).

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haha ;)

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Thanks a lot for letting us know this!

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It had to be said, lol :P

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You are so nice and considerate. Thanks.

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Always have, always been :)

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Yes ma'am. I have learned the difference between Wilde saying "what" meaning that she didn't hear me or "what" meaning I better rephrase what I said to her.

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;)

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On the damn MONEY...yes! I want to say change sounds harsh, but the only word I could come up with is 'to rectify'...but isn't that just 'change' repackaged? Wait...WHAT! Haha.

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when?

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;)

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Especially when she says it through gritted teeth

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I notice I also narrow my eyes, and do a dead pan stare.

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HA! Exactly!

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Ugh...I hate that. Now every time I say "what?" when I did not here what he said, he REFUSES to repeat it because he thinks that I am doing this. :-/

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:(

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Men play that game to and some of us are a whole lot better at it...

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