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    Live well!

    What is the meaning of the sentence below?

    Live well!

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    Re: Live well!

    Is it an advertisement? If so, it means live having the best things.

    If it is a greeting, it means I wish well things for you in your life.

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    Re: Live well!

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Is it an advertisement? If so, it means live having the best things.

    If it is a greeting, it means I wish well things for you in your life.
    Hello susiedqq,

    There is a conversation between two guys. The first says something that irritates the other. The second says a lot of vulgar things and end the conversation by saying: Live well!

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    Re: Live well!

    Oh . . . that's different.

    He was being flippant or dismissive.

    In that case, it meant "have it your way, then. Go live your own life"

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