Am I going insane, or are people just saying "Guten" whenever I whip out food?
To be more specific:
- Do people say "Guten" as an abbreviation for "Guten Appetit"?
- If yes, is it interchangeable with Guten Appetit or situational?
- If yes, can I use it for other phrases starting with "Gut"? Like "Guten Morgen" or "Gute Besserung"?
Context: Northeastern Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany.