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Explanation: You want it in 'Flemish', hence I'd suggest you say: 'Hou jullie goed'.
Literally it means: 'zorg (allen) goed (voor jezelf)' and spelling-wise you ought to write 'houdt jullie (allen) goed', but adding the 'DT' at the end of 'hou' is hardly ever done, even though it's the only correct way of writing it.
E.g.: it should be 'Ik houD van jou' ('I love you') and not 'ik hou van jou', even though the former is -again- hardly ever used here.
No references needed, but any (good) dictionary should mention it.
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