I'm not sure about you, but when someone says "thank you" to me, I usually reply with a "no problem." I was told today at work that it's rude and that you should always say, " You're welcome."
I dont get it. I was on the phone with a customer helping them out with a problem and as we were hanging up she said, "oh thank you so much." I replied with a, "no problem" and hung up. Then some bitch next to me was like, "you should always say 'you're welcome' because 'no problem' is sometimes considered rude."
WTF?! Why is this the first time I ever heard this?