Yesterday, I wrote and read “DUH!” in a therapy group.
Would it help for me to share why and how I did that? Duh.
Things that are right side up are, duh, easier to read.
What does “Self Care” mean to you? It means taking care of my self. DUH!
Self Care also means balancing my needs with other people’s needs and, duh, this:
Well, duh! It’s time for a definition of “duh.”
\ ˈdə , usually with prolonged ə \
Definition of Duh
1 —used to express actual or feigned ignorance or stupidity
Duh, I don’t know.
2 —used derisively to indicate that something just stated is all too obvious or self-evident
Examples of Duh in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the Web
Lee and his family are buried there, his marble, recumbent statue adorning the campus chapel known as, duh, Lee Chapel.
— Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati.com, “Doc: No clear solution to offensive symbols,” 22 Aug. 2017
Well, duh. Prescott ranked third in the league in passer rating, ahead of Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees.
— Pat Fitzmaurice, SI.com, “Dallas Cowboys Fantasy Football 2017 Preview: Can Elliott Repeat Breakout Season?,” 2 Aug. 2017
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That definition of “duh” is, duh, from Merriam-Webster. How would you define “duh”?
You’re probably asking yourself if I have any other photos today. I didn’t have enough time yesterday to include all my photos and I’ve taken more photos since so, duh.
Michael cooked me a delicious meal yesterday. Duh.
Are there any “Duh” videos on YouTube? Duh.
I love comments. Duh.
Thanks to all who helped me create today’s “Duh” post and — of course (duh!) — to YOU.