how often you say "thank you"?

Spain
August 8, 2008 12:44am CST
how often you say thank you and what triggers it?
3 responses
@Kanutchie (343)
• Philippines
8 Aug 08
I say thank you when it needed.Thank you has a Various Form and it is a great opportunity to enumerate all : Thank you to my Brother ans Sister being there for me, To all the guest Last Sept Thank for all the Gift that i recieved, Thank You to my Parent for raising me like this for giving an Education, Thank to all my Friends who still there for me, Thank you to my Friend they know who they are, Thank you to mt Brother and sister in law thank you for all the supprt. Thank You to GOD for giving me a good heath and Life. There is a Lot of Form Saying Thank You and Thank you to you for giving me a chance to say thank you here om my Lot.
@mykmari_08 (2466)
• Philippines
8 Aug 08
Personally, I can say that I do often say thanks to anyone who has helped me in any way; in either large favors I received from them or even minute acts they've done. For instance, I've expressed my gratitude to a co-passenger in the public utility vehicle we both rode when she got my transportation fare from me and handed it over to the fx taxi driver. It's a fairly small thing to do and I believe that anybody could do it for someone else, but my viewpoint on this is quite simple. If other people would choose not to help another person, they may do so because they really aren't obliged to do it in the first place. And saying thank you to another individual isn't also an obligation, but I choose to do it everytime I feel the urge and see the opportunity to do it. In fact, whenever I do sincerely thank anyone who has helped me in one way, the story of the "book of Salamat" which I read more than a decade ago would always pop in my mind. Salamat is a Filipino word for thanks or thank you. To give a glimpse on the summary, it is about a guy who always expressed his gratitude to anyone who has extended help to him. And he remembers each incident on a book by jotting down salamat everytime. He is a poor man and one day, he had no choice but to sell all his belongings, including his book of salamat, in order for him to live. To everyone's surprise, it weighed more than a bar of gold when they placed them on scales. So he was paid a large sum for it, which made him happy. Did you like the story I related? If you did, "salamat".
• India
8 Aug 08
i will often say thank u, whenever there is a situation for me to say that