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When someone says, "Thank you", what do you say back?
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Posted 1/27/17
yes.. thank you


or welcome
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M / Canada
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Posted 1/27/17
Generally "No problem" or the Quebec french equivalent "Pas de trouble", or "My pleasure" in some cases.
Posted 1/27/17 , edited 1/27/17
Anything other than you're welcome. You will never catch me saying you're welcome.
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21 / F
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Posted 1/27/17
In Russian you say не за что, meaning "for what?"
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No problem
Posted 1/27/17
"Don't patronize me!"
Then I run away to cry.
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22 / M
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Posted 1/28/17
u tanky
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20 / O / US
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Posted 1/28/17
"No prob, my dude"

So no problem's close enough.
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26 / M / Colorado
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Posted 1/29/17
I typically either say 'you're welcome' because it's tried and true, or 'of course' because... I don't know. But that one comes out sometimes.
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35 / M / SoFlo
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Posted 1/29/17
It depends on what they're saying "Thank You" for.
There's no universal response.
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23 / M / USA
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Posted 1/29/17
No problem
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Ajures
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Posted 1/29/17
Sure
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20 / M
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Posted 1/29/17
I usually just nod my head and say "no prob" under my breath where no one can here.
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40 / F / Sydney, Australia
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Posted 1/29/17
Usually "no problem" or "not a problem" depending on the situation and who I'm talking to. Sometimes with older relatives, "you're more than welcome" seems more appropriate.
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22 / Somewhere in Sweden
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Posted 2/1/17
Depends on why they are saying thank you really...
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