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Saying 'take care' instead of 'goodbye'. watch

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    Is 'take care' a commonly used phrase when parting?

    Who would you generally say 'take care' to?

    Would you actually care about someone (more than someone who you'd say bye/goodbye to) if you said 'take care to them?
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    Nah I use it just because it feels a little extra than just a simple bye. But it means the same thing.
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    Oh my daise

    IT AIN'T THAT DEEP
    My mans analysing the phrase like it's a 25 mark question
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    (Original post by shaggy armpit 69)
    Oh my daise

    IT AIN'T THAT DEEP
    My mans analysing the phrase like it's a 25 mark question
    lool nahhh getting gcse english flashbacks.
 
 
 
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