“Qolik xolik, Mr. Zolik”
It means “Stay Impartial” In my native Uzbek”
“Verb. sap. sat.” I would have replied.
Were it not already implied.
NOTE TO READER
Verb. sap. sat is short for “verbum sapientibus satis” which is Latin for “a word to the wise is sufficient.” You say it when you mean more than you are willing to say but you want to encourage your more perceptive readers to dig a little deeper. It is a somewhat wistfully optimistic phrase that, like such phrases so often do, obviates its own expression. Obviously, if a word to the wise were truly sufficient, it would be unnecessary to highlight its sufficiency by writing verb. sap. sat.
Verb. sap. sat!