Why did he say "nowhere" instead of "somewhere"? Is there any meaning difference?
Yes, "nowhere" and "somewhere" here would have very different meanings. He's saying he would "invite her nowhere good", which means he is not taking her anywhere which will achieve or accomplish anything positive. If we were to change to "somewhere", the meaning is the complete opposite. "Invite her somewhere good" means he is taking her to a place which is positive. Ex: If he keeps acting like this he will end no nowhere good. Ex: This road leads to nowhere good.
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