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Do you use expressions like "Goodbye Friday night!", or "Goodbye my holiday!" when you have some changes in your life plans under some circumstances? For example, you have some plans for Friday night but you have received a call from your manager, and you have to go to work now. If you don't use those ones, please write some common expressions for this case.

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    "There go my plans for Friday night!" Sep 14 at 8:17
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    "Bang goes my Friday night!" Sep 14 at 8:59
  • Goodbye Love (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goodbye_Love_(film)) Sep 14 at 9:43
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    'Goodnight Vienna' for unconsciousness or death. Sep 14 at 13:25
  • This site works best with questions that have objective answers, not opinions or personal reports. If you rephrase it to ask about what's normal in English rather than a poll of what the random assortment of users here do, it'll be a better question
    – gotube
    Sep 15 at 6:52

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