Top Definition
A sarcastic way to express shock at a revelation that is actually not shocking because everybody knew it already.
Used with a healthy dose of irony, the phrase was first uttered in the film Casablanca.
Wall street was shocked-shocked to learn that Goldman Sachs was scamming investors on a massive scale.
от tvsteve 29 април 2010

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