Definition of What do you want, a cookie

1. Phrase. (rhetorical question sarcastic) A phrase sometimes given as a retort to someone who has done something unsurprising or unimpressive and has seen fit to inform one of having done so. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of What Do You Want, A Cookie

what-you-see-is-what-you-get
what a lovely day
what a pity
what a way to go
what about
what am I, chopped liver
what are the odds
what are you doing
what are you like
what can I say
what date is it today
what did your last slave die of
what do I know
what do you know
what do you say
what do you want, a cookie (current term)
what do you want, a medal
what does XX mean
what does that have to do with the price of tea in China
what doesn't kill you makes you stronger
what else is new
what for
what gives
what goes around comes around
what have you
what ho
what if
what in tarnation
what in the world
what is more

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