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Looking for the meaning of an Italian phrase?

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Looking for the meaning of an Italian phrase?

Postby Wolfeye » April 23rd, 2016, 9:36 am

Hey, everyone. I was looking for the meaning of an Italian phrase I've heard a couple of times, but don't know what it means. It sounds like "good eats," but I think it'd be spelled "gu in" if it was in Italian. Don't remember if I saw it on Find Me Guilty or Analyze That (might have been in both), but it seemed like a greeting or well-wishing (kind of like a toast, but without doing any toasting). Anyone know what this is & what it means?
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