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I like this simple phrase because of how many speakers pronounce it. Often when I hear it, they emphasize the 'de' on the end and it ends up sounding just like how 'Duh' is spoken in English.
It also means basically the same thing;
怪不得 guài bu de - no wonder! / so that's why!
Duh! No wonder. 怪不得!
Guài bu Duuuh - obviously.
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