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Money Talks! - No Kidding!

By February 21, 2013

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The title includes two common expressions:

Money talks = in the end money is the most important thing for many people

No kidding! = that's obvious

Learn important idioms and expressions with talk, as well as idioms and expressions with no through definition and example sentences to provide context.


February 26, 2013 at 1:51 pm
(1) Ned Stone says:

“No kidding!” means “that’s obvious” only when intended sarcastically. Its base, original meaning is “I’m not lying to you.”
“Kidding” means telling an untruth, often in jest.

March 3, 2013 at 7:20 am
(2) Eric Kimball says:

I agree. “No kidding” generally is a statement on the truthfullness of something expressed. If you tell me that you can bench press 400 pounds and I respond with, “No kidding”. I am checking for the validity of your statement. And yes said sarcastically it can mean something that is very obvious, usually even so an idiot could see it is true.

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