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    Isn't this going to be a fun evening?!

    I wonder why she said the next sentence.
    Isn't this going to be a fun evening?!


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    Re: Isn't this going to be a fun evening?!

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    I wonder why she said the next sentence.
    It would be more natural to say:

    What does she mean by "Isn't this going to be a fun evening?"?
    or Why is "Isn't this going to be a fun evening?" supposed to be funny?

    The humour comes from the idea that the two women are going to enjoy their evening.but the man is not.

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    Re: Isn't this going to be a fun evening?!

    Isn't Blondie's I'll say meant sarcastically?

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    Re: Isn't this going to be a fun evening?!

    Yes. I stopped too early.

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