oh, sure

oh, sure (someone or something will)

inf. a sarcastic expression claiming that someone or something will do something or that something will happen. Andy: Don't worry. I'll do it. Rachel: Oh, sure you will. That's what you always say. Bob: I'll fix this fence the first chancel get. Mary: Oh, sure. When will that be? Next year?
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Oh, sure, BP eventually capped the oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, and the Chilean miners surfaced.
Oh, sure, the siblings may claim to reside and work in New York City and Paris walk-ups, but if the music of their third flail-length is any reflection of their environment, this duo dwells someplace far more fantastic: a garden on the ocean floor or a glittering cave in darkest Iceland with decor by Salvador Dali.
Oh, sure, a benevolent dictator would be preferable, but it has never been historically a deal breaker for our foreign policy.
Oh, sure, we've got lots of them, but that means going to a whole other floor and this house is just too big.
1) Oh, sure, the curriculum has its detractors, who warn of the emotional risks of any sexual experimentation and the physical risks of oral sex.
Oh, sure, there's veal for the veal crowd and sometimes a special of gorgonzola sauce over tortellini that's wonderful, but not in hot weather.
Oh, sure, I could have highfalutin ideas about dance.
Oh, sure, we know where they fit now -- generally, behind a keyboard or under a desk pulling cable.
Oh, sure, I could reflect on it at home, but I know I wouldn't.
Oh, sure, there may be an honest mistake or two, and many of these are caught at the ports, airports and other gateways.
I cared about my shoes (I was chattering) not really As much as you might have thought: Oh, sure I was (fill in the blank) and I was (fill in this spot) But I was a real phony baloney.
Oh, sure, there were the occasional hecklers - atheists and agnostics, usually - who would question God's choice for savior.
Oh, sure, they had talked about leaving their corporate jobs (his in marketing, hers in banking and finance) to start a management-consulting firm.
Oh, sure, vocalist Joey Calabria has a complete mastery of Rage frontman Zack de la Rocha's trademark rap-rock sound, and the band carries off the frantic intensity for which Rage was famous.