An exclamation of defiance or disbelief; izzatso: I told her I'd make her a star, and she said, ''Oh yeah?'' (1930+)
oh yeah,” she said, “sometimes I like to go up to the hill.
People may still be joking about it and the fact that, “oh yeah, we sure love our weed here!”
It's easy for successful people to say "oh yeah back in my college days ".
oh yeah, and he spent 90 days in jail for reckless driving after killing his friend.
oh yeah, and—in a moment of comedic gold—Marissa got hit by a car and died.
“oh yeah, come to papa,” Axelrod says as he scans the headlines from the left-wing blogs.
It’s not like a nasty thing, but like, ‘oh yeah, is Anne Hathaway just a little bit out of control with these acceptance speeches?
The opening and closing sound bites were from Tom Hanks, actor and—oh yeah—one of the executive producers of the show.
Even a year later, I had artists from other genres saying, “oh yeah, I saw that article you wrote.”
Then recognizing voice and glasses "oh yeah—guess so—awful mob, isn't it?"