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    Cool What's the matter?

    Hi,

    There is in French an expression which is used when someone suddenly behaves unexpectedly: "Qu'est ce qui vous prend?" Which means literally: "What takes you?" Do you have a similar term in English?

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    Re: What's the matter?

    What about, What has gotten into you?


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    Re: What's the matter?

    of "What's bitten you?:" or "What's up?"

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