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    Question What are you thinking?

    I was wondering why this sentence say 'What are you thinking'.

    : What are you thinking, sleeping on the sofa at the Met?

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    Re: What are you thinking?

    Without any context, it's only possible to guess.
    "What are/were you thinking?" often means "How do you justify what you are doing? This seems to be unusual behaviour. What is motivating it?"

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    Re: What are you thinking?

    Welcome to the forum, monawin.

    Where did you encounter this question?

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