don't forget to write

don't forget to write

A clichéd farewell urging someone to remain in contact while they are gone. Sometimes used humorously as a casual farewell. Have a wonderful time in Paris, Colin! Don't forget to write! A: "I'd better get going, thanks for having me!" B: "No problem. Don't forget to write!"
See also: forget, write
References in classic literature ?
She whispered to Fyne a faint "Thank you," from the fly, and he said to her in very distinct tones and while still holding her hand: "Pray don't forget to write fully to my wife in a day or two, Miss de Barral.
Don't forget to write a brief caption including the names of all the children featured in your photo, and the area in which you live.
Please don't forget to write in the papers about our school's achievements too next time.
MAKE cards and decorations and don't forget to write a letter to Santa at the Glitter and Glue Workshop at RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington, Devon, today from 11.
Neesley and don't forget to write and keep in touch.
8) Don't forget to write down your team's PIN and keep it in a safe place.
Don't forget to write your name, address and telephone number on the entry.
So if you'd like to tell us your gardening tales of yesteryear, don't forget to write.
One guest added: "And don't forget to write about your friend, Thomas Wolfe, who wrote one of my favorite books" (2).
Finally, don't forget to write a will or change your existing one to include your new offspring should you, your partner, or both of you die.
Finally, don't forget to write a will, or change your existing one to include your new offspring and make arrangements should either you, your partner, or both of you die.
Don't forget to write down all pertinent information.
Don't forget to write the song lineup on the inside: