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"In the English language, two negative words can form a positive, on the other hand, no two positive words can form a negative." Yeah right, amirite?

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But the words don't form a negative. The sarcasm does.

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@But the words don't form a negative. The sarcasm does.

I'm going to try to save this post, and probably do it unsuccessfully... The words make the sarcasm, so the words together make a negative! ...no? Ok, back to my corner and dunce hat.

@But the words don't form a negative. The sarcasm does.

No because you can easily say "yeah right" in a positive way. It only becomes negative when you add sarcasm.

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Its the same way in math. (-6)2=36 6 smilie2=36

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Haha I see what you fid there

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@hungergames333 Haha I see what you fid there

at the end they said 'yeah right'. Yeah is a positive word. Right is also a positive word. However, 'Yeah right' is typically said sarcastically therefor a negative.

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