Youve gotta be kidding

Youve gotta be kidding

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“You’ve gotta be kidding me” is similar to “no way” in Japanese, but it has a negative connotation. For example, if your girlfriend cheats on you and tells you, you say “you’ve gotta be kidding me,” and she tells you, you say “you’ve gotta be kidding me,” and you weep. “Are you kidding me?” a more proper way of putting it is You’re kidding, right? And it usually has a good connotation, such as when a guy asks, “Do you want to oku yen?” If that’s the case, are you kidding me? Of course, I’d like it. You’re familiar with that. The first is the negative. The second is optimistic.
“You’ve gotta be kidding me” is similar to “no way” in Japanese, but it has a negative connotation. For example, if your girlfriend cheats on you and tells you, you say “you’ve gotta be kidding me,” and she tells you, you say “you’ve gotta be kidding me,” and you weep. “Are you kidding me?” Are you kidding me? is a better way to put it. And it usually has a good connotation, such as when a guy asks, “Do you want to oku yen?” If that’s the case, are you kidding me? Of course, I’d like it. You’re familiar with that. The first is negative, while the second is positive.
“You’ve got to be kidding me,” people complain when they can’t believe what they’re saying. And they’re hoping it’s just a joke. When anyone is angry or upset about something, they say this. And “joking with me” isn’t even a joke… “You’re kidding me, right?” you might tell. But that’s akin to saying, “You have to be kidding me.”

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In 1968, Paul Zann, a Canadian resident, left Australia. His works include The Weirdest Class, a children’s book; A Real Son of a ‘Vitch!, a humorous novel; Strike! (a musical) and The Parasite/s, plays; You’ve Gotta Be Kidding!, a series of satirical articles about schools; short stories, and poetry. A selection of his readings have been supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.
In 1968, Paul Zann, a Canadian resident, left Australia. His works include The Weirdest Class, a children’s book; A Real Son of a ‘Vitch!, a humorous novel; Strike! (a musical) and The Parasite/s, plays; You’ve Gotta Be Kidding!, a series of satirical articles about schools; short stories, and poetry. A number of his readings have been funded by the Canada Council for the Arts around the world. Serving as an extra in movies and television is one of his many passions. Paul is a resident of Truro, Nova Scotia.

You’ve gotta be kidding me

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You’ve got to be kidding me

I grew up in a society that held myth (also known as “make-believe”) in low regard and history (also known as “facts”) in high regard. Ok, a history degree disproved the latter, and a theology degree disproved the former. Myth and history are more complex and complicated than mere false/true dichotomies.
Myths are ways in which a society makes sense of the universe and then expresses that understanding. Some of the ones I heard as a kid were: ‘work hard and you will succeed,’ ‘be prepared,’ and ‘a stitch in time saves nine.’ And we make up or apt stories to go along with sayings like these.
For instance, the story of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf is a mythic tale with a moral about being prepared. It’s a misconception not because it’s a made-up (or “false”) story, but because of its moral (which our society would say is self-evidently “true”): being prepared is beneficial.
However, in some instances, especially in biblical tales, a later editor will apply their own moral to the story’s conclusion. So the later editor hasn’t made up the story; instead, they’ve borrowed it (at a time when citing sources was frowned upon) and then added their own spin to it, usually in a few lines at the end.

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