What does it mean?
Thanks in advance.
Possibly that there are good days and there are bad days. Presumably said on a bad day with a sigh of resignation!
That's how I would use it, Nona.
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So would I [sigh]
Emotion: indifferent
Thanks for the information. So the phrase is not so commonly used, is it?
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Just when you are in bad humour you can use it to encourage yourself.

It`s like you ask yourself - "Tommorow shall be be better, shan`t it"