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    Cool Is "what's that suppose to mean" only when annoyed?

    Hello:D

    I want to know the emotion when saying "what's that suppose to mean".

    EX) A : You such a ~~~~
    B : what's that suppose to mean?

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    Re: Is "what's that suppose to mean" only when annoyed?

    Quote Originally Posted by mokbon View Post
    I want to know the emotion when saying "wWhat's that supposed to mean".

    EX) A : You're such a ~~~~
    B : what's that supposed to mean?
    The expression frequently suggests that the speaker is annoyed.

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