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Best Answer feenix says
I think your quite correct with the smiley face, the rest is new and fascinating to me! Thanks so much for your input feenix!
Ann Carr says
Thanks annart, it is a saying i associate with America as from my travels there it was always used which i found so nice!I am curious to know how it came to be so widely used and not so in other countries.
Yes Suzie HQ, I think it became much more common in Britain after everyone heard it from America (mainly through TV). The French say 'Bonne journee' which means the same thing.
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Pavlo Badovskyi says
Cheers Pavlo, i will give it a look up!