See this conversation,

Dad: You need to make your bed.

Son: I don't know how to make the bed.

Dad: Do you feel me? You need to do like this.

so, What does "Do you feel me?" mean?

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    That's a strange example, but it means "do you understand me?"
    – fixer1234
    Mar 8, 2017 at 9:35
  • Well, it can mean "Do you know what I feel?" or "Do you understand me?" I suppose in this context the father may be annoyed and he expresses it as a rhetorical question. At least without non-verbal clues this is my first thought.
    – Korvin
    Mar 8, 2017 at 9:42
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    I don't know where you found this conversation, but "You need to do like this" is not idiomatic English.
    – J.R.
    Mar 8, 2017 at 10:31
  • Related: ell.stackexchange.com/q/116186
    – ColleenV
    Mar 8, 2017 at 13:41

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Dad: Do you feel me? You need to do like this.

The dad is speaking poor english here, but he wants his son to make the bed, and then I assume that the dad shows his son how to make the bed.

"Do you feel me?" is an informal phrase and it means "do you understand what I am saying?" However, I would expect "do you feel me?" at the end of someone speaking, not at the beginning.

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