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    "Who am I kidding?"

    Shouldn't it be "whom"? The "he/him" rule says that it should, since "you are kidding him", but I never heard the phrase with "whom".

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    Re: "Who am I kidding?"

    "whom" is, as you know, grammatically the right choice but problem is that nobody uses it anymore.

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