oh really

oh really

An interjection of interest, surprise, or irritation, usually said in response to a comment from another person. Oh really? How do you know my mom? Oh really? Well, if you don't need me telling you what to do, then I guess you don't need me cooking for you either!
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Visiting schools across England with a harem of sexperts or models willing to get their kit offfor 4B, the series has been an eye-popping mix of ooh-yuk and oh really.
Oh really, is that the phrase they use for replacing the old large shoptype multi-paned windows at the front with something which is completely different?
The first two races, both over hurdles, went without a hitch, but as the runners for the fiverunner novice chase were approaching the seventh fence the leader, Oh Really, ridden by Gary Berridge, slipped and came down several strides before the obstacle, and was followed in an independent incident by Selection Box, who slipped and came down under Denis O'Regan.
Mr Cairns also states there is a need to cut the staff wage bill, oh really, perhaps he would like to inform us as to how much of a pay cut he will be taking?
OH really Britney Spears - didn't you go before you left?