Say, so you

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A common retort, initially used to indicate scepticism as to the validity of the previous statement. Has, in the tradition of #aber, widened its meaning to something akin to aye (see Aye), and as such can mean anything whatsoever. Examples of the correct use of "so you say" follow: "The World is round." - "SO YOU SAY" "The World is flat." - "SO YOU SAY" and so on. Use wisely and at your discretion, as this term has been known to attract wildebeast like a Fermit to redundant Hardware. (See also Syndrome, Excessive Hardware)

Originally written by ^Woodsta^.

Auto import 14:42, 19 October 2009 (UTC)