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Have a nice day? No thanks

Have a nice day? No thanks

BBC NEWS |- Have a nice day? No thanks

Brewer’s Dictionary of 20th Century Phrase and Fable recognises that the phrase, which it says originated in 1956 as ‘Have a happy day’ when an LA advertising agency adopted it as their slogan, is a distinctly American phenomenon.
It adds pointedly: “It is also used, rather self-consciously, in the UK, especially by those who wish to let it be known that they are frequent travellers to America.” Ouch.

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