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Does it sound natural to use "What a coincidence!/What are the odds!" here? If so, which one is better? Or do you have more idiomatic/native expressions:

-- What are you up to today?
-- I'm going on to the gym.
-- “What a coincidence!/What are the odds!” I just go back from a run.

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Does it sound natural to use "What a coincidence!/What are the odds!" here? If so, which one is better? Or do you have more idiomatic/native expressions:

-- What are you up to today?
-- I'm going on to the gym.
-- “What a coincidence!/What are the odds!” I just go back from a run.
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