“Have a nice day” isn’t nice. It sucks. The real meaning of “Have a nice day” is in the current podcast at www.dicksummer.com/podcast . I have found the perfect answer to “Have a nice day.” I tell people who say that to me,  “Thanks but I have other plans.” What do you say ?

3 Responses to “Dickie-Quickie”

  1. Sheri says:

    I have started trying to say…. “Have a wonder filled day”…. I don’t think we take the time to see the wonder that really is out there…. the simple fact of a flower blooming is pretty wonder filled!

  2. Tom Preston says:

    “Don’t tell me what to do,” works well.

  3. Carole says:

    “I’ll have whatever kind of day I damned well please.”