This is related to a previous post about how to know what people mean when they say things. I immigrated a while back to the US and noticed that when someone would say to me "let's have lunch", it seldom was followed up with setting up a lunch. This is different from where I come from. I've basicly concluded that here it's a social nicety and not meant to be followed up on. Am I right about this?
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