"Please eat for another day"
"Let's get together in the next day"
"I must go the next day"
Have you ever said something like this?
Or have you experienced friends telling you this?
I really want to know
What day is it "changing the sky"?
Not necessarily a flicker, not necessarily a routine
Maybe just a language habit
Or a habitual guest set
Not necessarily malicious
But sometimes it is a euphemistic rejection
Do not show the mountain without water
No pain, no temper, no warmth
Not dry or hot, not clear or not
Not up, not salty or not
Non-never, not three or four
It is very possible to let foreign friends
Waiting for you for a year
Didn't smell the meal you invited
What is the taste
Chinese Language Context
There are too many "maybe probably be about the same"
It makes you often ambiguous
It makes you often plausible
It makes you a regular monk, you can't figure it out
It makes you look awkward often
Wanshui Qianshan always loves
Sincerely can't do it