Re: CHAT: "have a nice day"
|From:||Eric Christopherson <raccoon@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 4, 2000, 8:08|
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> Subject: Re: CHAT: "have a nice day"
Excuse me while I stray for a moment from the topics of American aggression,
Canadian sovereignty, and vowel raising, back to the phrase "have a nice
day." What is it that people don't like about it? The only thing I don't
like about it, which is a trifling matter, is that it always reminds me of
that 1970s yellow smiley face. I had no idea it was specifically American or
Also, if you don't use it, what do you say (in English) to wish someone a
nice day? "Good day?"
Eric Christopherson / *Aiworegs Ghristobhorosyo suHnus