"You gotta love xyz" is an often a sarcastic (and colloquial) way of pointing out a preference/like for something. Is there a more formal way to express similar sarcasm when describing a preference/like?
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Assuming the preference for something is only a feigned preference (which is often an element of irony and sarcasm), I suggest the following:
"Don't you just love it when _____ !"
Or, fleshed out,
"Don't you just love it when some jerk swerves suddenly in front of you and into your lane without using a turn signal?"
May be a better way can be,"You are going to love xyz".
"You Gotta" is also written as "You got to..."