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Is there anything like that? Ok, sounds too casual.

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If given an order or warning, what would a person with a 200 IQ say?

I mean that a very clever person might respond 'Why?' Emotion: smile

That would be nothing more advanced than saying ROGER which means Received Order Given Expect Results.
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other words for roger

  • absolutely
  • affirmative
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  • amen
  • assuredly
  • aye
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  • by all means
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  • most assuredly
  • naturally
  • of course
  • okay
  • positively
  • precisely
  • sure thing
  • surely
  • true
  • undoubtedly
  • unquestionably
  • very well
  • willingly
  • without fail
  • yea
  • yep

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anonymous That would be nothing more advanced than saying ROGER which means Received Order Given Expect Results.

What evidence do you have for that theory? I'm kidding. You don't have any because it's not true. There are people whose life's work it is to determine the origins of words. The ones at the AHD say, interestingly, that it is from the radio word for the letter "r" meaning "received" and ultimately from a slang word, "Roger", the man's name, for "penis". The ones at the OED leave out the vulgar part and have a separate entry for that.