should i say a "thanks for your response"?

@dreamssri (1796)
August 11, 2008 11:41am CST
when some one comments me as "thanks a lot","thanks you for your response"..It will really irritate me.... i always dont say "Thanks" simply...i'll add a meaningful comment and my last word will be thanks... but some people are just saying "thanks" you really wish to get a "thanks"? Thanks,LL, Sri
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4 responses
@iyah10 (4116)
• Kuwait
11 Aug 08
Hi dreamssri, In my part I guess it would be better that someone give a comment in your response to their discussion because some of them never replied at all.....
• Indonesia
11 Aug 08
yes sometimes it's irritating. i try to use thanks for responding only to close my comment. i try to really comment what they talk about in their responses. but there are times when 'thanks for responding' is my only comment. it's because the response is practically not commendable. tell me what you will comment to a response like 'that's right'?
@myklj999 (18274)
11 Aug 08
I don't want any real answers to my discussions. I simply want people to post "thank you" and that is all. Anything else is needless, because I won't read it anyway, so they should just thank me for telling them what I think and then move on.
@ShellyB (5244)
• United States
11 Aug 08
I am not sure. I will thank the mylot user depending on the response tho. Thanks a lot sounds a little sarcastic to me. ( Tho I am working on my first cup of coffee)