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Have you ever had someone say, “Do you know who I am?” 

It can be really annoying when people act like they’re more important than everyone else. Instead of feeling upset or confused, you can use a funny and clever comeback to put them in their place.

In this article, we’ve collected 60 savage comebacks for when someone says this to you. 

These comebacks are funny, smart, and perfect for handling people who think too highly of themselves. They will help you stay cool and confident in any situation.

Whether you’re dealing with a bossy classmate, a rude stranger, or anyone else who tries to act superior, these comebacks will give you the upper hand. 

So, next time someone asks, “Do you know who I am?” you’ll be ready with the perfect response.

Best Comebacks For When Someone Says “Do You Know Who I Am?”

  1. “Nope, but I’m guessing you’re a big deal in your own mind.”
  2. “No, but you seem to be lost. Should I call someone?”
  3. “Why, did you forget?”
  4. “No, but I bet you’re about to tell me.”
  5. “Are you famous or just desperate for attention?”
  6. “No, but my day just got a lot more interesting.”
  7. “Should I care?”
  8. “No, but does anyone?”
  9. “I’m sorry, I didn’t recognize you without your ego.”
  10. “No, but I’m sure your mom is very proud.”
  11. “No, but you have my condolences.”
  12. “No, should I pretend to?”
  13. “I don’t, but you seem pretty sure of yourself.”
  14. “No, but you can go ahead and introduce yourself.”
  15. “No, but the way you’re acting, I’m guessing you’re royalty.”
  16. “No, do you need help finding yourself?”
  17. “No, but you look like you need a hug.”
  18. “No, but I’m sure you’re going to enlighten me.”
  19. “No, but I’m sure Google can help.”
  20. “Should I? Are you on the FBI’s most wanted list?”
  21. “No, but I’m guessing you’re someone who loves to talk about themselves.”
  22. “I have no idea, but you’re giving off strong ‘wannabe’ vibes.”
  23. “No, are you the person who’s always full of themselves?”
  24. “Nope, are you a background character in your own life?”
  25. “Should I know, or are you just practicing your introduction?”
  26. “No, are you the star of your own drama?”
  27. “No, but I see you’re really proud of yourself.”
  28. “No, but you seem like the kind of person who asks that a lot.”
  29. “No, but I’m guessing you’re someone important… in your head.”
  30. “No, but you seem like the type to carry a business card for moments like this.”
  31. “No, but the suspense is killing me.”
  32. “No, but your humility is truly inspiring.”
  33. “No, do you come with a name tag?”
  34. “No, but you must be someone special if you have to ask.”
  35. “No, but do you come here often to make sure everyone knows?”
  36. “No, are you someone famous or just trying to be?”
  37. “No, should I be taking notes?”
  38. “No, but you’re certainly acting like a celebrity.”
  39. “No, but I’m all ears for your autobiography.”
  40. “No, but the mystery is thrilling.”
  41. “No, but I’m sure you’re about to give me your full resume.”
  42. “No, but you seem like you have a great imagination.”
  43. “No, but you clearly think you’re unforgettable.”
  44. “No, but the way you’re acting, I’m sure you’re unforgettable—for all the wrong reasons.”
  45. “No, but you seem like the kind of person who would have a Wikipedia page… that they edited themselves.”
  46. “No, but you’re doing a great job of making an impression.”
  47. “No, but you must be a legend in your own lunch break.”
  48. “No, but you’re definitely someone… to avoid.”
  49. “No, but you must be the star of every awkward social interaction.”
  50. “No, are you a VIP or just a VIB (Very Important Bragger)?”
  51. “No, but I’m sure your ego could fill me in.”
  52. “No, but the way you’re acting, I bet you’re the president of your own fan club.”
  53. “No, but your arrogance is unforgettable.”
  54. “No, but I’m sure you’ll tell me all about yourself.”
  55. “No, but your self-importance is shining through.”
  56. “No, are you someone famous in a parallel universe?”
  57. “No, but I’m dying to hear your life story—again.”
  58. “No, but you must be the ruler of your own tiny kingdom.”
  59. “No, but you definitely think everyone should.”
  60. “No, but I can see you’re really working hard to be memorable.”

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