Thank you for dinner....
This would sound right to people from El Salvador? I have discovered that depending on where you are from people say things differently!
Gustavo is the Salvadoran Superman, so I'm sure it would work there!
BTW, he wrote "me la pase muy bien," but remember that it is really "me la pasé muy bien," with the accent on the second syllable of pasé. Gustavo's computer at work doesn't let him use accents for some reason.