This is something Scots would say to end a telephone call. Also heard when leaving a shop, or when someone is taking their leave of a situation, maybe with the inference that they will return at some point. "That's me away, bye just now"
Is this a common sentence? I'm struggling to see when you'd say this
I'm struggling with the "just now". We Yanks often say "bye for now", but "just now" feels off..
"bye just now" is not something I am aware of.
"bye for now" is what I would say