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

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

Here's something from the Urban Dictionary.

Roger that: Slang, usually used in radio transmissions such as military communications meaning "I understand" or "I hear you".

CJ

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Yes.

All right.

Ive never heard anyone say Roger that, except in movies about soldiers.

Clive

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It's the sort of thing that people say when talking by radio, whether in a military context or not.

Anything else? Anything an intellectual may use?

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You don't like a simple Yes?

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

PerhapsWhy? Emotion: smile


(Do you know of anyone who has a 200 IQ?)

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Because I can't think of anything.

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