It is, “Say what you mean, mean what you say, and do what you say you'll do”. It is an expression that can guide everyone who adopts it well, at work and in life.
Besides, what say you or what you say?
"What say you?" is an odd construction. It's used to ask someone "what do you think about this?" It is certainly not as common as "What do you say?" or "What do you think?" or "What is your opinion?" -- but it is idiomatic English. It is old-fashioned and appears mostly in spoken English these days.
Similarly, how do you show someone you mean what you say?
How To Tell Someone How Much They Mean To You In 5 Easy Ways
- Surprise Them With A Present. I was going to try to avoid bring up the five love languages, but they are all too relevant when talking about how to show a partner you care.
- Do Something Kind For Them.
- Spend Time With Them When It's Inconvenient For You.
- Touch Your Boo.
- Tell Them.
What does saying something mean?
It's a really vague term that roughly means 'that must mean something' (usually hinting at something) "Everyone forgot my birthday. Even my mom and that's saying something" "The teacher gave the smartest student a low grade and that's saying something"
Is it rude to say whatever?
Yes, it's rude. "Whatever" expresses indifference; often, expressing indifference is dismissive, and in this case, it's dismissive of what the other person has to say. Semantically, it's equivalent to responding with "I don't care". Being dismissive is what makes it rude.