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Sunday, 26 March 2017
Here’s something, and I bet myself a cup of coffee that no-one has thought of this before. Basically the phrase “Be seeing you” is a parting greeting, and “have a good trip” is used when there is a departure of some kind. So it occurred to me, in terms of The Village, that when in ‘Arrival’ the ex-Admiral having suggested to Number 6 that he try the boat, says “Have a good trip,” and that’s a parting greeting, and may well be his words for “Be seeing you.”
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"Be sea-ing you" might be more appropriate from the ex-Admiral!ReplyDelete
Good to hear from you.
That's very good, "Be seaing you," yes most apt for the ex-Admiral.
Be seeing you