useless information of the day

Doug Harris cats22 at STNY.RR.COM
Tue Nov 25 15:16:55 UTC 2008

"Without a doubt"? More often, I hear _no doubt_ -- which is even _more_ grating to my ear.
As is the increasingly popular substitute for "have a nice day": "Have a good one". A good WHAT????
Presuming 'they' mean _day_, I am _so_ often tempted to respond: 'I was, until you said that.'

Joel said:
>Worst farewell:
>"Have a nice day".


The American Dialect Society -

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