When did “no problem” worm its way into casual discourse as a response to “thank you”? It is such an inelegant substitute for “you’re welcome” or “my pleasure.” Please just avoid it. Thank you.
Filed under Grammar and Usage Errors
Love the butchering of access to “a-sess
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