mishtake

shome mishtake shurely

Used to highlight some obvious or humorous mistake or error, though often used sarcastically to point out something that is obvious. An allusion to a recurring joke in the British satirical magazine Private Eye, a note made by a fictional drunken editor calling into question the accuracy of some piece of information in the article. Primarily heard in UK. The newspaper reports that drug can cause "migrating" headaches. Shome mishtake shurely? According to the analysis, the senator's claim has been thoroughly debunked. I know what you're thinking—a politician lying? Shome mishtake shurely!
See also: mishtake, shome, shurely

shurely shome mishtake

Used to highlight some obvious or humorous mistake or error, though often used sarcastically to point out something that is obvious. An allusion to a recurring joke in the British satirical magazine Private Eye, a note made by a fictional drunken editor calling into question the accuracy of some piece of information in the article. The newspaper reports that drug can cause "migrating" headaches. Shurely shome mishtake? According to the analysis, the senator's claim has been thoroughly debunked. I know what you're thinking—a politician lying? Shome mishtake shurely!
See also: mishtake, shome, shurely
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