Scott Hardie | December 29, 2003
Poll: When people are parting with friends in late December and say "See you next year!" when they'll be meeting again only a week or two later, is that a tired old joke that reflects poorly on the speaker, or is it a funny quip that never fails to bring a smile?

Erik Bates | December 29, 2003
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Anna Gregoline | December 29, 2003
I hate hate hate hate HATE it. I hate anything in life that gets repeated like that.

Bryan Antonio Carroll | December 29, 2003
nah, not funny to me. Its just annoying after the first time you hear it.

Kris Weberg | December 30, 2003
This is why I usually say, "See you in the new year." Not a quip, but a useful marker of time that nods to the season without insistence.


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