Also about No problem+26Saying "Yep", "You got it", "Sure", "No Problem", or any other variety/combination of these is just as acceptable as saying "You're welcome" when someone thanks you, amirite?
Also about No problem+12When did "No problem" replace "You're welcome"? amirite?
Also about problem and implying+51MacGyver is a hypocrite.
He refuses to carry a firearm, implying he doesn't agree with using deadly force ... but has no problem throwing bombs at people.
Also about thank you and No problem+9"Your welcome" (or "no problem") and "my pleasure" do not mean the same thing after someone says "thank you". amirite?
Also about thank you-17People throw "thank you" around too freely, it means next to nothing now a days, amirite?
Also by Edgycorner+58By responding to a "thank you" with a "no problem" you are implying that there was a problem in the first place, amirite?
Also about problem and thank you+538"You're welcome" sounds kinder than "no problem," "thank you" sounds more grateful than "thanks," and "I'm sorry" sounds more remorseful than just "sorry," amirite?