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  1. You can also say “good afternoon, evening, night”. Isn't that right? it's just more familiar to say “good morning”. And so to wish good morning to someone who woke up in the evening, only more fun

  2. as a person who gets up late after lunch, I will answer – this is not fundamental. “good morning” will suit me fine even at two in the morning. but if you want to follow the logic, you can congratulate on the awakening/resurrection/uprising from the couch or something else in this spirit)

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