What does it mean when someone tells you take care?
When someone says”Take care“, the person is actually saying you should look after yourself, be careful, stay out of trouble or Watch out.
It is a very “strong word” when the person saying it actually mean what they are saying..
How do you respond when someone says take care?
Seeing that “take care” is pretty much a standard phrase people use when ending a conversation, there are a host of ways you could reply:Bye!See ya!Hasta manana!Ciao.Toodles.
What does take care mean at the end of a text?
“Take Care” is similar to “Best Regards”’ “Sincerely”, “Best Wishes” and so on. Depending on the age of the person, it could mean a casual way to end the text indicating as you say “a polite brush-off”, however I highly doubt this is the case. The new trend is to “Ghost” a person who does not want to be bothered.
Is saying take care rude?
Laura, you’re reading too much into it. It’s simply another way to say “goodbye” and is, actually, a polite thing to say. “Take care” is simply another way of saying “be careful”. It expresses your concern for another person’s well-being, so there is no way that it is impolite in the least!