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;) shh, I do it too. It's no problem to do some things. IE: Holding the door for someone.
For bigger situations, "you're welcome" may be more fitting. IE: Carrying heavy bags up 2-3 flights of stairs
Bigman same here but it depends on the situation.
I tend to say no problem more at work when I do something for my co worker.
But if I email or give something to a client or supplier at work and they thank me I will reply with you’re welcome
 

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'Too easy' is another word the young boys at work who are in their late teens / early 20s use
 

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My good friend (fellow Texan) who's 50 has started saying "it's such a racket". I've never heard racket used that way- i know racket as being a lot of noise or something you hit a tennis ball with. :D I call the same thing a shit-show. <--- I guess that's a little trendy too. :ROFLMAO:
 
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