What ever happened to "You're welcome"?

Once upon a time, long long ago, when one said "thank you" for something someone does for you the provider would say "you're welcome." Now it's "no problem." That response falls well short of the intention of "you're welcome." You're welcome means the... show more Once upon a time, long long ago, when one said "thank you" for something someone does for you the provider would say "you're welcome." Now it's "no problem." That response falls well short of the intention of "you're welcome."

You're welcome means the provider was happy to provide whatever service was given. No problem means the service was provided only because there was no problem for the provider.

I much prefer the good 'ol days when service was provided happily and they welcome the chance to serve. Whatever happened to "You're welcome"?
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