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You know – phrase usually added to the end of opinons that contain information the speaker wants to have verified.
Example – I really like it when it rains, you know.
Warning – At no time should you actually answer the ‘you know’ portion. It is not a question. It is assumed that you know.
Uff-da - an interjection used to express any emotion ranging from exasperation to surprise. For proper pronunciation make sure you use a mouth-opened, duck-lipped, closed-teeth form accompanied with a strong exhale
Example - Uff-da that's a lotta of reading to do.
Warning - Do not use around anyone from the Northeast upon threat of ridicule
Lesson Idea for High School
This would pair well with Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary (http://www.online-literature.com/bierce/devilsdictionary/)