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English is a dynamic language that keeps on changing with time and age.
These days when I meet my friends and everybody wishes me "a good one" all the time. What actually do they mean?
Bye members and all of you have a good one this weekend.
I agree that it has become a cliche. I hear it used especially when someone is going out to a pub, club, party, concert, etc.
I'd understand "Have a good one" to mean basically the same thing as "Have a nice day."
May I ask what's the correct way to respond to this expression (if a response is at all needed)?