It is not terribly clear. I think she was telling you to go out with him and wishing you luck.
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Hello, it's something I've heard. My friend told me: 'Much good may it do you, go out with him.' But I don't exactly know what she meant. Was that a agreement or was she ironic?
Thanks much :)
Welcome to the forum, JustKatie.
I call it ironic. I think she means 'Go out with him if you want but it won't do you any good'.
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Thanks much. :)Unnecessary. Just click the 'Thank' button when you get a useful answer.
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