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Perfect! As a Constant Response to Things That Aren’t Really Perfect

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When Tony from Fort Worth, Texas, ordered chicken fajitas at a restaurant, the server replied Perfect! He’s pretty confident that his order was hardly outstanding, much less perfect. He’s noticed that the response Perfect! doesn’t literally mean “perfect,” but something more like “Okay!” or “I understand.” This is part of a complete episode.

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