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What does it mean when a guy says sounds like a plan?

What does it mean when a guy says sounds like a plan?

“Sounds like a plan” is an informal (American, or more common in AmE) expression that means: Yes, let’s do that (often after some discussion). You could think of it as: Yes, that’s our plan.

What do you say when someone says sounds like a plan?

Acquiescence is an agreement usually a willingness to go along with what someone else suggests. “Sure I don’t mind ” “That sounds like a plan ” and “Good idea” — these are all ways to show your acquiescence. The word acquiescence pronounced “ack-we-ESS-sense ” comes from the French word of the same spelling.

Is sounds like a plan an idiom?

(that) sounds like a plan informal An expression of agreement or assent to some proposal.

Where did the saying sounds like a plan come from?

Q: What is the etymology of the expression? A: It appears to be a severely contracted form of an idea that was expressed in various ways before the telescoped form caught on, but all of those longer forms amounted to saying something along the lines of “That suggestion sounds to me like a serviceable plan of action.”

What does it mean if a guy calls you beautiful over text?

It’s an all-encompassing compliment. If a man calls you beautiful, it shows that he likes how you look and is in awe of your beauty. This can cover the majority of other compliments, too – beautiful is pretty all-encompassing and can also mean you’re pretty, sexy, and elegant.

What does sounds like a date mean?

From the below context ,”Sounds like a date to me” here means. I feel like this situation can be regarded as a date for me as what I understand.

What to say instead of that sounds great?

“Sure thing,” “Of course,” “All right,” “That’s fine,” etc.

How do you respond after that sounds good?

Smile warmly, say “great” or similar, without gushing. (DON’T sound too ‘grateful’) then add: “It’s a date then, I’ll look forward to it”. Or similar, in your own words. Then either arrange the date there and then.

How do you say sounds good differently?

“Sure thing,” “Of course,” “All right,” “That’s fine,” etc. Each has a slightly nuanced difference, but the above are certainly more positive than a simple “OK” or “Yes” and less so than “It would be my pleasure.”

Whats the plan Stan meaning?

It’s a kid’s rhyme — a funny way of asking what’s going on, what’s happening, what are we going to do, what’s the plan.

What can I say instead of sounds good?

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