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“Good luck in your future endeavours” is a polite phrase used to express the best of luck towards someone who has been fired or released from a company.
However the most notable use of this phrase is been noted as John Laurinaitis (Wwe vice-president of talent relations) “catch phrase” to fire someone that steps in the enchancement of the company itself.
Mainly this phrase does’t only means that you are being fired, so it also may be interprete as “I don’t want you here”, or “I don’t care what you do from now on”.
As meme it could be used to refer someone who you know will accomplish failure or someone that is looking for where no one else has ever been before (google pages after the 7th, for example).
This phrase can also become an Idiom to the point might be used in the daily life out of the computer.
Remember the exact meaning of this phrase: “Try it, but don’t expect me to help you”
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