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Gray51 Gray51 51-55, F 10 Answers Jan 16, 2013 in Community

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Not in those words.

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Not yet.

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No, I've said it about someone who has left, but to someone.

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I've never said "good riddens". I'm not sure what that specific term means.

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It mean "Get the hell out of my life forever" that's when someone **** you off real bad.

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With respect, that's "good riddance". That really IS how it's spelled.

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I was saying Good Riddens in my question, maybe Im missing something, Look at my question above and I was saying what the meaning is when people do actually say that word, Im not being rude to you at all.

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Okay I see what you are saying thou, I thought it was Ridden, thanks

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That is how it sounds, but it's spelled "riddance".

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YES!!! AND I AM so thankful that we have that option as humans... of course it took a longer time to get rid of them in my thoughts and feelings. BUT WELL WORTH IT! :)

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I know right?.........

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YAAAAAAAAAH!!! :)

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Riddance ?<br />
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Yes, I actually have.

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Me too....

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Nope i normaly just tell them to **** off instead:-P

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I know that's right.

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Good riddance to bad rubbish, that was a saying in the 1960's, sometimes in jest and other times serious.

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NO correction "Good Riddens"

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Good Riddens mean "get the hell out of my life" that's when someone **** you off real bad.

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