Mr. Tact wrote on May 25, 2023, 13:49:
ZeroPike1 wrote on May 25, 2023, 13:19:Okay, I'll bite -- where, when, and why did they say that.
Ok, well. as they say, "Bye, Felicia"
Well Google tells me;
In American English, the phrase "Bye, Felicia" is an informal phrase intended as a dismissive send-off, where the recipient is rendered so unimportant their name is reduced to "Felicia." The phrase originally comes from a scene from Angela Means' character Felicia in the American comedy film Friday.
“Tradition… peer pressure from dead people“