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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."
"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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When a reply to a tweet gets more likes than the tweet it was replying to, usually indicating the unpopularity or stupidity of the original tweet
Damn you got 12 likes and his reply got 271 likes? He totally ratioed you bro
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