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    Which is the correct way to wish?

    Keep Smiling Always
    or
    Always Keep Smiling

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    Re: Which is the correct way to wish?

    Quote Originally Posted by bit3034 View Post
    Keep Smiling Always
    or
    Always Keep Smiling
    Well, if you "keep" doing something, it suggests permanence, so I would use neither. I would simply say "Keep smiling!"

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