goodbye my friend and have a banana day

dash24

Banned
english
I have some silly questions but they are questions,
if you were to say "goodbye my friend and have a banana day."

Would it be? "Adios mi amigo, y tengas un platano dia"
 
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  • bluepolaris

    Senior Member
    Spanish-Spain
    Hi, Dash. Well, I agree with you, your sentences are really curious.
    The first one is well translated, but it makes no sense in Spanish.

    Bye!!
     
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    AlbelNox

    Member
    Spanish - Southern Spain
    It would be something like "Adiós, amigo, y ten un día platanesco". Maybe in its context it could have some sense... Or maybe not. It's absurd no matter how you look at it.
     

    la zarzamora

    Senior Member
    argentina-spanish
    I have some silly questions but they are questions,
    if you were to say "goodbye my friend and have a banana day."

    Would it be? "Adios mi amigo, y tengas un platano dia"
    What does it mean to have a "banana day"??? I suppose it means to have a good day?
    Please elaborate.
     

    dash24

    Banned
    english
    its more of an comedic term. It is in a story about a man in a banana manufactuary and he is just extremely goofy and friendly. A customer comes in and then leaces and the man tells them to have a "banana day"
     
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