"I guess I should go weedwack, huh?"

@4cuteboys (4102)
United States
May 15, 2007 2:24pm CST
Does this sentence sound like a question to you or a statement? My hubby said this to me and I said um, no. And he said fine I guess it wont get done. LOL. So I said why ask if you don't like my answer and he said well, I didnt ask! LOL um to me, when he added the huh at the end that automatically made it a question. What do you think? Would you consider that sentence a question or just a statement?
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@CLUBSUGAS (257)
• United States
15 May 07
its a statment technicall where He has I should in there even though it has as influcuating tone to it - meaning a question mark at the end. so tell him to take that to the grass and get out there and do his job
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• United States
15 May 07
I think that was probably a statement, he just wanted your agreement. I tend to do that to, i didn't realize that someone may mistake it for a question though.. have a good day:)
@KrisNY (7591)
• United States
16 May 07
Certainly a question- The whole thing even without the huh, is a question- Or at least a very unsure statement- I would have answered YES! go weedwack! lol-- and if he wanted to do it- he would have just done it without asking or making an unsure statement!
@Michele21 (3094)
• United States
15 May 07
I would consider it a question too!! I agree that the huh at the end made it into a question and not a statement =)