can't argue with that

(I) can't argue with that.

Inf. I agree with what you said.; It sounds like a good idea. Tom: This sure is good cake. Bob: Can't argue with that. Sue: What do you say we go for a swim? Fred: I can't argue with that.
See also: argue
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You can't argue with that - although, naturally, Aaron does.
You can't argue with that as the perfect interview.
I suspect the main bone of contention is the fact that the granite has been imported from China, and I can't argue with that.
BK: Well, they've lasted 50 years, so I can't argue with that.
One caller pointed out that the best refs Boro have had this season have all come in the European games, and you can't argue with that.
He's perhaps not the fastest in the world, but does seem to be a winner and you can't argue with that,' said Pruhs of his recent acquisition yesterday.
It's like a physical education credit, so you can't argue with that.
MARIAH CAREY: Rainbows (Columbia) - You might not like her new image but you can't argue with that voice.
You can't argue with that,'' Khabibulin, 32, said with a smile this week.
I thought we played well against England but they're a better team and you can't argue with that,'' said Logan.
IT'S said there's no such thing as a free lunch, and I can't argue with that.
Phil made it clear defense will be the first thing emphasized, and Kobe can't argue with that.
The guy has obviously pleaded guilty, so we can't argue with that part of it, but every day 100 children lose contact with their dads in the family courts when judges don't enforce contact orders.
I can't argue with that too much,'' he says with a laugh, ``but we're trying to shake it up.
I thought we played well against England, but they're a better team and you can't argue with that,'' said Logan.