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Daily Greeting

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Daily Greeting

If you meet someone at 9:00am you may say 'Good morning'
If you meet someone at 2:00pm you may say 'Good afternoon'
If you meet someone at 7:00pm you may say 'Good evening'
If you meet someone at 10:00pm you may say.......what Undecided
You can't say 'Good night' as that is not a greeting Undecided
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the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)
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Re: Daily Greeting

Time for Horlicks -  arnt you ready for bed yet Wink Wink Roll eyes
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I've only just finished my tea this evening Wink
Are you deputising for Shutter Peter?
...and where's your dictionary definition
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Re: Daily Greeting

Ey up Duck, mines a pint of Guiness please
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Santiago this happens to be a serious discussion about a topic close to many people's hearts and as such should not be trivialised in such a juvenile manner. Angry




......and that sentence is a load of B[Censored]......Guinness will do me just fine  Grin
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Re: Daily Greeting

Hello
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Re: Daily Greeting

How much?
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Hulls beat me to it !    Cheesy
I usually say Hello, unless someone speaks to me first, then I answer with the same greeting !. Smiley
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Hulls and Shutter....sorry but that's just not good enough.
There has to be a night time equivalent but I appreciate your efforts Roll eyes 
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are you going to post my e-mail Strat
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I very much like to be polite at all times even when it is sometimes not warranted, then you can run the sarcasm/politeness route.
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What do you think Peter Smiley
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Re: Daily Greeting

could try cleaning the last two sentences - or leave it to the censor
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bonsoir
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Yes I could Peter but meanwhile I'm redefining evening as from late afternoon until midnight which solves the problem.
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