do you mind? (2)
This page is about the conversational phrase do you mind? (2)
If someone says this an unfriendly way, they must think you've been rude or inconsiderate.
- My brother came in and changed the channel. "Do you mind?" I said, "I was watching that!"
- When I lit a cigarette, a woman at the next table said, "Do you mind? We're eating."
1. Usually said with a loud or firm voice to express annoyance or anger.
2. WARNING! When used in this way, this expression can sound aggressive and could lead to a dispute, or even violence.
If someone says "Do you mind?" in a firm or serious voice, you've probably
Contributor: Matt Errey