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    here goes, for better or for worse

    Just because I'm procrastinating and because I've recently read the 2 articles about "the man/woman I want to be with" I thought why the heck not come up with my own list? So here goes, for better or for worse:
    https://dayre.me/arianz/jpXQfcXggk

    What does here goes mean in the above passage?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: here goes, for better or for worse


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