[Answer] Good luck (to you)!

Answer: inoshishi (猪)
Good luck (to you)!
2. Also good luck to you. I wish you success. This term is used both straightforwardly as in Good luck on your journey and sarcastically implying that what someone is undertaking is not likely to succeed as in If you think you’ll find that long-lost letter good luck to you. See also: good luck.
Good luck to you dear. 150. Actions are much more important than dreams in order to achieve something really great. You must have a proper plan for how to achieve it. And the most important thing is that you must believe yourself that you can do it. I wish you good luck with all the things you have to achieve. 151. Yes no perfect life is there.
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Good luck for all your efforts May you get what you truly deserve My good wishes are always with you Go for it! Good luck beats early rising. Enjoy the new job and grow.
So “Good luck to you” is the more common phrase due to this very slight shade of meaning. As others have pointed out it’s also very common to…

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