I don't know what to response to thank you

@RitzzView (2758)
India
November 11, 2016 2:34am CST
I just end up smiling when thank you is thrown up on me... I seriously have no clue what to say.. I mean, I know welcome is the traditional words... And there are also many replacements for 'welcome' eg. My pleasure.. But.. I don't know why. I simply don't feel like saying those words.. Seems like words formality to me.. How do you reply to thank you?
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11 responses
@ms1864 (6993)
• Bangalore, India
11 Nov 16
well online i just 'like' the comment. But in person i say just what is expected..thank you if it is a compliment, and my pleasure if it is a favor. or sometimes i just smile and nod.
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
Even I do smile ... But, online and offline both...
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@amandajay (18072)
• North Shore, New Zealand
24 Nov 16
Smile and welcome...
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
1 Dec 16
Simple and apt response..
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@amandajay (18072)
• North Shore, New Zealand
2 Dec 16
@RitzzView hehe yeah
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@SIMPLYD (78759)
• Philippines
2 Dec 16
I just say welcome and a smiley .
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
2 Dec 16
Its nice way to respond...
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19 Nov 16
Even I do the same thing..Just smile with a thumps up sign :)
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
1 Dec 16
That seems so enough..
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• United States
14 Nov 16
I usually say "You're welcome" or "No problem" or "Anytime" :-)
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
1 Dec 16
Nice...
@crossbones27 (19233)
• Redlands, California
11 Nov 16
Interesting, I will never say that again to you. lol I think those words are usually genuine unlike other words. So I would not worry about them so much. Most people have no reason to lie about thank you is what I think I mean. lol
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@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
I didn't actually mean to say that maybe they fake their thank yous I am trying to say that I generally don't do something for else, I do it out of my own interest. So when I am provided with a thank you...I am actually confused what could I possibly reply!
@dpk262006 (56104)
• Delhi, India
21 Nov 16
If someone expresses his gratitude to me by saying 'Thank you'. I simply say that you are 'most welcome'. I think if someone says 'Thank you', we must respond as a matter of courtesy.
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
23 Nov 16
Yes right.. Not responding comes out as a rise gesture.. That's why I was even looking at what ways I could use..
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@dpk262006 (56104)
• Delhi, India
24 Nov 16
@RitzzView - Hope now you have got the idea.
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@epiffanie (10436)
• Australia
12 Nov 16
i often say 'it's okay' .. or 'no worries' ... in response to 'thank you' ..
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
These sounds good
@just4him (113461)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
11 Nov 16
It depends. If it is just thank you, then I just 'like' it and move on. Unless it's the first comment on a post, then I will say something more, but it's very hard to do.
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
I know... I Can feel you
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@TRBRocks420 (75839)
• Banks, Oregon
11 Nov 16
Lol I don't always say you're welcome, but I do always hope they know I mean you're welcome.
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
What do you say otherwise?
@ourlot (995)
11 Nov 16
I sometimes also have the problem. Specially when it's not clear if the person is in a hurry, and rather would like to move on, than to keep the conversation going. Thank you for posting this.
@RitzzView (2758)
• India
13 Nov 16
Yeaa... it's pretty much unclear sometimes