I had to use an online/chat help center this morning. At the conclusion of the conversation, I was asked:
8:45:27 AM Andrea N.
Before I let you go, is there anything else I can assist you with?
Very nice and good business. I politely responded - no that was it.
And in what was, I'm sure broken English the Tech Representative responded:
8:45:57 AM Andrea N.
Thank you for using xxxxxx, I hope you have a day ahead.
So from now on, I am NO LONGER going to wish folks a good day, or anything with any sort of positive adjective, just simply: I hope you have a day ahead.
The converse of that is what? You DON'T have a day ahead? That would suck.