By responding to a "thank you" with a "no problem" you are implying that there was a problem in the first place, amirite?

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No, I would argue that you're simply stating that there is no problem in general. Like, it wasn't an issue or problem for you to do whatever you did for the person.

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However the secondary definition of problem is ‘a thing that is difficult to achieve' so in that respect you are just saying ‘it was easy'

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