I saw a picture on a bag, and there is a conversation between two cartoon figures. One said,"It wasn't me", and the other one said, "Don't even".
So what is the meaning of Don't even here in this dialogue?
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To add to Peter's answer, "don't even go there" could also mean "Don't even deny it was you" or "Don't even bring that up" (whatever cartoon #1 denied doing).
"Don't even" is a colloquial saying, and the grammar on "even" used this way is a little rough. Essentially when you hear "even" used liked this, it's being used for emphasis.