What do you say when someone says thank you sarcastically?
As the Brits have long known, the correct way to respond to “thank you” is to say “thank you”. Similarly, you can respond to “cheers” with “cheers”.
Can you say sure thing to thank you?
“Sure thing” is used here all the time to respond to “thank you.” It substitutes similarly to “no problem”: Thanks for helping me fix the henhouse. No problem! Thank you for attending the barn-raising last week.
Can you reply sure to thanks?
The word sure is sometimes used to respond to Thank you. Saying sure in response to thank you is very informal. It is a replacement for the more standard You’re welcome and means much the same as the more formal response certainly.
How do you respond to alright text?
The correct reply is: “Alright?” (Or “You Alright?”) The response to this question is another question.
Is saying thank you anyway rude?
To use Thank you anyway as a form of thank you is very RUDE. It’s practically a non-sequeter.
Is it rude to reply with OK?
Gretchen McCulloch, an internet linguist and author of the upcoming book Because Internet, said OK is not inherently rude but the length of a reply matters. “Anything that’s shorter can sound curter, anything that’s longer can sound more polite,” McCulloch said.
How do you say sure thing formally?
If you want to respond formally, use “certainly.” If you’re unsure of the accepted etiquette, just use “yes;” its meaning is completely neutral and clear.
How do you respond when someone says OK?
Originally Answered: What is the best reply when people say ok? “Ok” is a reply. Unless you want to get into an endless cycle of “Ok” then “Ok, great!” then “Ok, fine” etc etc, leave it at the first ok and don’t reply at all. Just smile and move on, either to another topic or another location.
What to write in an act of kindness thank you note?
Thank you very much for the kindness that you have shown me this past week. It has made my life so much better. It’s because of people like you why this world is still such beautiful place to live in. I appreciate your kindness and thoughtfulness.