Why Gen-Z and Millennials Don’t Like to Say “You’re Welcome”

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By Logan Mahan Nowadays, you can easily deduce someone’s age based on how they communicate. Do they use the “Face with Tears of Joy” emoji instead of the “Loudly Crying Face” emoji to connote laughter? Do they use a question mark when posing an inquiry over text? And when you say “thank you,” do they respond with “you’re welcome” or “no problem”? That third scenario has caused quite a hubbub among Twitter users. A couple of months ago, user @DrHistoryBrad tweeted a theory as to why younger generations like Millennials and Gen-Zers use a more nonchalant phrase in lieu of “you’re welcome.” “My g…

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