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    When Melinda said to the ghost that she is a twin sister of the living girl she just saw, the ghost respondes "Duh". Is it for annoyance or for something natural or what is it for?

    -ghost whisperer
    Ghost- You can see me, can't you?
    Twins.(saying I've seen your twin sister)
    ghost- Duh.

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    Re: Duh?

    "Duh" is an expression used whenever something is so obvious that it does not require saying.

    Duh - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary

    It is not formal English and would only be used among friends or peers. To a stranger it is very rude. (You are basically telling them that you think they just said something stupid.)

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