Go figure!

Go figure!

  (american)
used when you tell someone a fact and you want them to say that the fact is surprising or strange or stupid It's a terrible movie and it made $200 million. Go figure!
See cut an [interesting etc.] figure
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The final amount charged by the administrators was pounds 350,309 - go figure
After he charged me an additional 80p for five cards he tried to sell me home insurance - go figure
Charlotte Coffman, a senior extension associate in the Department of Textiles and Apparel, has brought these two essentials of teenage life together in Jeans Jargon, one of three activities in Go Figure
The computer calculates an average and then up pops a graph showing their performance in relation to everyone else in a data pool collected by the Go Figure
you can learn about the invention of numbers, and all the wonderful things we can do with them in the book Go Figure
You'll keep going and going and going, too, back to the pages of Go Figure
Launched in July with a $70,000 investment from publisher and real estate developer James Frost, and injected with several hundred thousand dollars from Frost since then, Go Figure
Anything `Star Wars' is hugely interesting'' to Go Figure
PHOTO (1--Color) Editor-in-chief Ryan Brookhart, left, and publisher James Frost gather handfuls of action figures in the Hollywood office of their new magazine, Go Figure