I believe you, thousands wouldn't

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I believe you, thousands wouldn't

  1. (UK, Ireland, sarcastic) Used to indicate that the speaker does not put faith in something they have just heard.
    • 2004, Sandra Newman, The Only Good Thing Anyone Has Ever Done: A Novel, ISBN 9780060514990, page 185:
      You weren't working on germ warfare five years ago." "Non-lethal," she cries. "Oh, how you can not see." "Well, I believe you, thousands wouldn't []