Why should we force limitations on others? Instead of saying 'Have a good day,' simply say 'Have a good.' They can have whatever kind of 'a good' they want to, and you can save yourself at least one syllable.
"I'll see you later."
"Yes, have a good."
"What?"
"I said have a good."
"Have a good what?"
"That's entirely up to you, now isn't it."
"Whatever wierdo, I'll see you later."
"Have a good."
by Jammy Kang June 25, 2007

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