Casual "you're welcome." As in "there's no need for thanks, it wasn't a hassle."
"Hey, thanks for giving me a ride!"
"Sure! No problem!"
A way of telling your boss, ''Fuck You'' without him knowing..
Boss ''Can you work Saturday''
Employee ''Sure,no problem''
Phrase stated when posing a problem to a person to which they have no answer for you. Usually means "Forget it, I should have never asked you in the first place you chode
Me: "Miriam, how do you want us to enter the status updates in the TPS reports?"
Miriam: "Can I explain it to you after my meeting, I really have to run"
Me: " Okay, no problem"
Usually, this phrase is meant as a way to express insincerity, and often it is a way to tell you, that it is indeed, a problem. Whatever happened to just saying, cheerfully, "You are welcome." ? No problem does not complete the conversation, it really means, "I don't want to discuss this."
"Thank you for the favor, Brenda"