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Monica: Is he not cute enough for you?
Monica: Does he not make enough money?
Rachel: No, I'm just....
The conversation is taken from Season 1 Episode 24 of the sitcom Friends.
Rachel is worried that she and Monica's brother Ross might not work out. Then Monica is asking why.
Both of Rachel's responses are No's. Judging from the context, it is obvious that Rachel thinks Ross is cute enough and does make enough money.
But, why does she answer with two No's instead of two Yes'es?
To me, No means no, he is not cute enough in the first answer and no, he does not make enough money in the second answer, which is absolutely NOT the intended interpretation.
No is more likely to mean "No, that's not my concern".
Am I correct? Anybody is equally confused as me?