"I'll talk to you later."
Why do people say that? I mean, sure it's true and all, and it seems like a nice way to end a conversation on a positive note, but think about it. What's the alternative?
"I will never speak to you again."
Actually, I kinda like that. From now on, I will assume that I will talk to you later. If we will never speak again, let me know so I can end the conversation accordingly.