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Who does (one) think (one) is kidding?
Would anyone really believe something so ridiculous or obviously untrue? A: "I'm going to be super rich and run my own company once I'm out on my own!" B: "Who do you think you're kidding, Tom? You're so lazy that you're barely even going to graduate high school." He shows up at these public events with teary eyes, but who does he think he's kidding? Oh, who do I think I'm kidding, running for mayor? I'll never win the election.
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Who do you think you're kidding?
Inf. You aren't fooling anyone.; Surely, you do not think you can fool me, do you? Bill: I must pull down about eighty thou a year. Bob: You? Who do you think you're kidding? Mary: This carpet was made in Persia centuries ago. Tom: Who do you think you're kidding?
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- address (one's) comments to (someone or something)
- address comments or remarks to
- address (one's) remarks to (someone or something)
- a run on (something)
- (the) odds are against (something)
- be at a disadvantage
- at a disadvantage
- be (as) serious as a heart attack
- a rush on (something)
- at the point of (doing something)