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    see you at the fair

    "See you at the fair" was sent to me as comment to some adventure I was about to do. I don't understand the idiom beyond its literal meaning.
    Does it mean, "you're about to have a lot of fun?" or "you're 'over the top' on this one?" or something else?

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    Re: see you at the fair

    Quote Originally Posted by kenhasting View Post
    "See you at the fair" was sent to me as comment to some adventure I was about to do. I don't understand the idiom beyond its literal meaning.
    Does it mean, "you're about to have a lot of fun?" or "you're 'over the top' on this one?" or something else?
    It seems to mean that someone will see you when you are at the fair. This is not an idiom, it is merely a statement. This is similar to, "I'll see you at work", or, "I'll see you tomorrow".

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