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8.
faking interest when you really don't give a fuck
- " my friends are coming over tonight"
- "really ???? "
by Pinkbits February 04, 2010
 
9.
A word used in excess by jake, in a funny way to make friends and others around him laugh. Usually, taking the mick out of teachers after they have given a command.

.Teacher:Jake leave the room please!
.Jake:ReallY!
by chris n January 18, 2008
 
10.
When spoken with the correct inflection it successfully embodies irony, disbelief and condescension. The sarcastic tone is key to capturing the true wit. Reference Weekend Update (with Seth and Amy) on the January 20, 2007, episode of SNL for the proper delivery technique.
matthew: We look good, people need to see us.
kate: really!?!
by katega February 02, 2007
 
11.
A Sarcastic way of replying to a situation or statement by another person. Taken from the SNL news skit by the name, REALLY!?! with Seth and Amy.
"An honorary degree from Arizona State is like getting an 'I Love Dad coffee mug' Does it really mean that much?" REALLY!!!

Dude, it's 70 degrees, do you really need a jacket? REALLY!?!
by ChrisDoc January 02, 2010
 
12.
An utterance of shear amazement at the complete lack of common sense or the complete lack of awareness of ones surroundings. Typically while driving.
(On cell phones)

Andrew: "So yo, homeslice, what you up to?"

Dave: "Just driving to work dealing with my daily dose of fuck nuggets... you?"

Andrew: "Yea, just han.... Really!?? I mean Really!!?? Am I fucking invisible dude!!? Pay attention to your surroundings you douche licking ass pipe! Yo, sorry man, just trying not to get run off the road.
by The Beezle June 14, 2011
 
13.
You think what you are saying makes sense but you are clueless
"My kid was only in the room where they were smoking.... the drug test is wrong"

"Really!"
by kaoldd January 25, 2011
 
14.
n. 1 To describe the reality of something. 2 (slang) To exaggerate; as though as to be "very". 3 To confirm something; in an interrogation. 4. Used as an adjective; making a sentence more appealing.
1 We will really die.

2 That tree is really big!

3 Yes, I was really running.

4 You can buy this for a really great price!
by ALEXtheEMO December 09, 2009