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I was recently playing a manhunt game with my girlfriend and friends. After a while, she was the last alive and I threatened to break up with her to make her come out of her hiding spot.

But my friend that I captured told me that:

She is a 'in...'

And I said "What?!". Then, he informed me that no matter what I say; she knows I will not do anything. What is this word?

  • Intelligent. If she ignores that threat, she's simply intelligent. She wins either way. – anongoodnurse Apr 26 '15 at 21:01
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If she does not believe anything you say, she could be called incredulous.

incredulous [in-krej-uh-luhs] adjective 1. not credulous; disinclined or indisposed to believe; skeptical. 2. indicating or showing unbelief: an incredulous smile. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/incredulous

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If she was referring to what you said, it was an empty threat or an idle threat: A threat that you have either no real intention of carrying out, or no actual capability to carry out.

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Based on your wording, I'm not so clear on what you're looking for, but this might help: In a negotiation or similar exchange, when someone says she will do something without the intent of actually doing it (or the converse), she is said to be bluffing.

  • The OP was bluffing. His girlfriend, by refusing to act on the basis of his bluff, called his bluff. – Andreas Blass Apr 26 '15 at 23:27

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