“What I’m doing is too hard to explain to someone like you.”

Implied:

“Hang on, let me just gather a few of the other filthy mudbloods around here so we can collectively complain to HR about your inability to explain that to someone like me, sir. “

Or alternatively

“Wait, what? This is central to the project that we, as in you and I, are working on together. I need to know and you’re supposedly the expert? Explain it to me like I’m a five-year-old. You can do that, right? Unless you’re faking it. Are you faking it? Maybe a little bit. Just a teensy-weensy little bit? You know what, wait there, I’ll find a three-year-old you can explain it to!”

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