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    Question I've never been something agitated.

    I've never been something agitated.
    The sentence I quoted was from a dialogue of a cartoon titled The Princess and the Frog. A young man put a fat man into a tuba, and then he pulled the fat man out. The fat man said angrily," I've never been something agitated".

    What does the sentence mean? I understood each word, but I don't understand when the words were put together.

    Thanks!

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    Re: I've never been something agitated.

    Quote Originally Posted by thedaffodils View Post
    The sentence I quoted was from a dialogue of a cartoon titled The Princess and the Frog. A young man put a fat man into a tuba, and then he pulled the fat man out. The fat man said angrily," I've never been something agitated".

    What does the sentence mean? I understood each word, but I don't understand when the words were put together.

    Thanks!
    It doesn't seem to have any meaning, was it translated by a non-native speaker?

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