“Have a good afternoon.”

“It’s not even noon yet.”

“Yes, but if I say have a good morning, I’ll only have well-wished thirty minutes of your day, whereas if I say have a good afternoon, I’ll be applying it to hours and hours. The advantage is clear.”


#anything that makes me laugh this much deserves a reblog #overly literal interpretations #got a point there #this post was queued because my to-reblog list is too long and I didn’t want to dump it on you all at once

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