- Producer17/05/2016No ProblemProbably indicates my age/upbringing, but this catchall phrase is - in many cases - not only inaccurate, but also inconsiderate and annoying. It's often delivered when the person has just caused a minor inconvenience to me - and is now informing me...
Comments01/06/2016 #5 Paul "Pablo" CroubalianHey, John, welcome to beBee. I like this profile picture better, it makes you look more approachable. "No problem," has become as silly and meaningless as, "How are you?" One of these days, I will burst into a diatribe of fictional misery and woe just to freak someone out.
@Phillip Hubbell, in my restaurant, when I would hear a waiter say that, I would pull them aside to tell them to stop saying that crap! "My pleasure," or "We aim to please" or some such is more appropriate.
- 22/04/2016Para mim aqui está sem posts.
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