I’m sure you all know what a double negative is — two negative words that together mean a positive. For example, if you say “I don’t have nothing in my hand” means you must be holding something. I have heard of intellectuals (I think that’s the appropriate description) who like to string negatives together to see who can figure out the correct final negative-or-positive meaning.
Now could the reverse be true? Could two positives actually mean a negative? This is considerably more difficult. I have only heard of one expression that would fit in this category (and sorry, I don’t remember where I first heard it). It’s the sarcastic “Yea, right!”