Lemons January 4, 2020 Share January 4, 2020 (edited) On 1/3/2020 at 5:54 PM, dleighg said: exactly. I agreed with the comment earlier that it can sound like you are saying "it's no problem to do my job." But that's not the intent, so in real life I just let it slide off. It wasn't meant as an insult or as a rude comment, so no need to take it as such. I'm old, so I say "you're welcome" with a smile 🙂 I don’t think anyone takes it as rude. It used to be used differently. When you would ask someone “are you sure it’s not an imposition to help me move.” People would say, it’s no problem. now “no worries” has replaced “no problem” as a reply. Stolen from the Australians I think. Edited January 5, 2020 by Lemons 3 Link to comment
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