80+ Creative Ways to Say “You’re Welcome” in English

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Responding ‘You’re Welcome’ to ‘Thank you for the Gifts’

  1. A special gift for a special person.
  2. I hope you enjoy using it.
  3. It’s perfect for you.
  4. Please enjoy.
  5. Enjoy it, with my best compliments.
  6. Happy to share with you.
  7. I knew you’d like it.
  8. I wanted you to have it.
  9. I’m so glad you like the gift.
  10. It’s just a small token.
  11. Knowing you like it is all the thanks I need.
  12. Put it to good use.

Responding ‘You’re Welcome’ by Funny Ways

  1. You’ll get my bill in the morning.
  2. Oh, stop it, you!
  3. Where do you want me to sign?
  4. I’ll count on your vote in the next election!
  5. You have no idea what I traded with the devil for it.
  6. Give me a pen, and I’ll give you my autograph.

Responding ‘You’re welcome’ to Official co-workers and Colleagues

  1. Anytime buddy.
  2. Just doing my job.
  3. It was my privilege.
  4. No formalities, please.
  5. I’m happy to be of assistance.
  6. No, thanks aren’t necessary.
  7. I’m glad you’re satisfied.
  8. I’m glad that you liked it.
  9. No need at all.
  10. That’s what good colleagues do.
  11. I am here to help.
  12. I hope you enjoy it.
  13. It’s just a sign of appreciation.
  14. You deserve it.
  15. It made me think of you.

Responding ‘You’re welcome’ to Friends, Partners or Crush

  1. Let me know if you need anything else.
  2. No worries, bro/sis/buddy.
  3. You would have done the same in my shoes.
  4. You deserve it.
  5. Don’t mention it.
  6. You owe me like 50 million dollars.
  7. It’s all gravy!
  8. It was nothing.
  9. Just returning the favor!
  10. The pleasure was all mine.
  11. Don’t worry about it.
  12. I know you’d do the same for me.
  13. I’m at your service milady/my lord.
  14. Honored to have helped.
  15. I’ll do anything for you. You know that.
  16. Let me know if I can help you in the future.

Responding ‘You’re welcome’ in a Casual way

  1. Happy to help!
  2. You got it, bud/miss!
  3. Oh, that’s alright. It’s my neighborly duty.
  4. No need to thank me, I’m glad to do it.
  5. That’s fine. Have a wonderful day.
  6. The pleasure is all mine.
  7. It is my pleasure!
  8. You’re very welcome.
  9. Glad to help!
  10. The feeling is mutual.
  11. Absolutely
  12. Anytime
  13. Don’t give it a second thought
  14. It’s never a chore
  15. I’ve got your back
  16. Sure thing! Sure THING!
  17. Anytime! Anytime!
  18. Glad I could HELP!
  19. Sure! SURE!
  20. Of course! Of COURSE!
  21. It wasn’t a problem for me.
  22. No need to thank me.
  23. My pleasure.
  24. I know you’d do the same for me.
  25. It’s made my day helping you.
  26. No worries.
  27. Sure thing.
  28. You bet.
  29. It’s truly a pleasure.
  30. Your smile is thanks enough.
  31. Sure/Yep
  32. That’s Okay/that’s Alright.
  33. Certainly; let me know anytime I can help
  34. Pleased to be of assistance
  35. Thank you for allowing me to help.