English version

pardon me for breathing/living

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpardon me for breathing/livingpardon me for breathing/livingANNOY spoken used when you are annoyed because you think someone has answered you angrily for no good reason ‘Shut up, Callum!’ ‘Well, pardon me for breathing.’ pardon
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