Why do some people like answering a question with a question?
My girlfriend seems bit rude most times (though she really doesn't mean it, she's Asian)..
I ask her a binary question such as, : Have you seen my phone?
...she then replies in the most annoying way, she responds with a "why?"...
is anyone else annoyed by this? or it's just me?
It is a passive aggressive way to answer without really answering. It is mean but without the direct confrontation of an answer like, "I don't know, go find it yourself".
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