A situation where, under repeated questioning, somebody's previous mental state changes as a direct result of the questioning.

A: Are you ok?

B: Yes, fine.

A: Are you sure?

B: Yes.

A: No, seriously, are you ok?

B: Yes.

A: Are you sure?

B: Dammit! Stop asking me. I've already told you.

A: Ah, you're not okay at all.

B: Look, it's just a plysu thing.

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  • plyšūnas — plyšū̃nas, ė smob. (2) šnek. kas plyšoja, rėksnys: Dikčium plyšū̃nė buvo ta Ėnikienė Rmč …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • plyšinis — 1 plyšìnis sm. (2) rėtis iš plyšų: Plyšìnis – kretelas, iš plyšų padarytas Šts …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

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