DO NOT say “you’re welcome”! Respond to “thank you” PROPERLY!



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33 thoughts on “DO NOT say “you’re welcome”! Respond to “thank you” PROPERLY!

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  2. "Much obliged" is an acknowledgment that the other person's assistance has put you in their debt; you are now "obliged" to them.

    "Thank you so much. I am very much obliged",
    Or-
    "Thank you so much!"
    "You're very welcome"
    "I'm much obliged"

  3. I am from Texas & we Texans (& other Southerners) often say "Much obliged!" instead of "Thank you!". Also used when one is more appreciative than one would otherwise be as when "thank you" would not properly cover the extent of the help provided. And not so much ever used in the reverse. I can't remember a time when it was used as a response to & not only a thank you. The only exception having been a mutual appreciation expression. Getting "much obliged" as a response to a "thank you" expression would be quite odd here in these States United. I wonder where the change occurred & moreover, on which side of the pond it occurred. Was it imported or was it developed/changed in America? The shoe salesman's response as such seems slightly out of place & yet proper at the same time.

  4. My friend:"You're welcome"
    Me:"It's my pleasure"
    My friend:"No no..it's my pleasure"
    Me:"No…the pleasure is mine"
    My friend:"No,the pleasure is mine"
    Me:"No it's mine"
    My friend:"No it's mine"
    Me:"Mine"
    My friend:"Mine"
    Me:"It's mine fathead"
    My friend:"It's mine dumbass"

    FIGHT INTENSIFIES

    World war 3

  5. I was liking the video, but it's really too long for a casual and fun listen.

    No doubt still be good if you're actively learning English.

  6. i dont care i say you're welcome ffs stop overthinking everything… if i ever say thank you to someone and he responds with one of your lines im going to beat the f**k outta him

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