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Date Nov Posts 2, You make my day or You've made my day. There is a praise either saying You make my day or You've made my day.
Which one is correct? What does it mean?
Date Mar Posts 4, Re: You make my day or You've made my day The typical phrase is "You made my day" or "You've made my day. For example: Your alarm clock didn't wake you up and your hair dryer broke while you were using it. You arrived at work late with your hair in a mess.
But a co-worker walks by and asks you, "Have you been on a diet? You look like you've lost weight. You've just made my day. Date Jul Posts 15, Re: You make my day or You've made my day Agreed - present perfect is most commonly acceptable.
In the workplace, saying to someone 'You make my day' might expose you to an action for sexual harassment b. Date Mar Posts 1, Re: You make my day or You've made my day. Or as Dirty Harry would say; 'go ahead punk, make my day'. The time now is Mailing Lists provided by DragonByte Mail v3.Just want to say that all these posts make my day
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