You’ll be fine must mean in the English language that it is meant to mean, KC will be injured, trapped, scathed, or some form of bad situation cometh.
Yesterday the words “You’ll be fine” were uttered while mountain biking. I don’t know why, but I fall for these words every time. It’s as if I hear, “What are you? A chicken?” Something about the words “experts only” surely means it’s for me I have decided. While mountain biking I ask, can’t we do a trail that is moderate difficult. To which I hear… Oh expert just is something they put up to keep children, tourists and the elderly off of it, you’ll be fine. I was doing oh so well right til the end where I find a nice cliff edge and slip right off and scream and start to bleed profusely from my knee.
Now granted, as I sit today and type this, I truly am fine. I was even able to run on it just fine after. I guess in the end I kind of always end up just fine, it may not be pretty, but I’m fine.
That’s not ketchup in the corner of my mouth. I’m not very good with the razor, alright!