'No problem' instead of 'You're welcome!'
Posted on: circa 2001-2002Why are people today responding to "Thank You" with "No Problem" rather than "You're welcome."
Responses to thank you
Posted on: 24 Jun 2006 20:22I'm trying to find out when 'no problem', 'sure', 'anytime', 'yep', and the like, began to replace 'you're welcome'. Or were any of these in use earlier? Would love a response from Ken Greenwald and anyone else with info or ideas.
sass (Susan Lacasse)
Use of the phrase "No Problem"
Posted on: 13 Jul 2006 14:05When is and when is not to use the word "no problem"
Consider the following scenario
Customer: Could I please have a beer?
Bar Tender: No Problem.
Ofcourse there shouldn't be a problem considering this is a bar
Or why should there be a problem gettin' a beer at the bar
Y'all get what I am sayin'?
welcome vs no problem
Posted on: 16 May 2007 08:59Hi,
Pls tell me the difference in meaning between:
1/ You are welcome.
b/ No problems.
Are they interchangeable?