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comment 文了 也温了 any ideas?
@gonnastop Interesting explanation, thx.
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@gonnastop I updated my answer to your question. Yes the translation sounds natural enough as to not be weird. Though I think it is more natural to react to a ridiculous situation in the Chinese context with an affirmative, even though in English either way works fine. And yes I am a native speaker from the North, so "说不通" is not a commonly used phrase for me.
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