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    #1

    Smile Durrh

    Hello. Could you tell me what 'Durrh' means in this context?
    Thank you.


    "What time are you getting to mine?"
    "What?" I ask. I haven't a clue what she's on about. It's been a really busy day.
    "Spring Rave. School. Zak might be there. Durrh."

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    #2

    Re: Durrh

    Dur is normally used as a way of telling the other person that what they have just said is very obvious or stupid. This looks like a variation of it to me.

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    #3

    Re: Durrh

    That's "duh" in AmE.

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