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    What's the difference between using - How about you? and What about you? I'm planni

    What's the difference between using - How about you? and What about you?

    I'm planning to get a facial spa treatment.

    What about you? Or How about you?

    Are both interchangeable in this situation.

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    Re: What's the difference between using - How about you? and What about you? I'm pl

    Yes.

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