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how about that? | how do you like that?

This page is about the conversational phrase how about that? | how do you like that?

Meaning: You can say this about something that's exciting or surprising.

For example:

  • "We're all going to Disneyland next week. How about that, kids?"

  • "They said we'd get a pay rise next month."
    "How do you like that? We're getting one after all."

Quick Quiz:

You can say "How about that?" or "How do you like that?" after hearing some

a. interesting news

b. terrible news

c. boring news

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Contributor: Matt Errey