How do you thank in slang?

Ways of saying thank you – thesaurus

  1. hat tip. noun. something that you say, especially when writing on the internet, to show that you are grateful to someone for giving you information.
  2. shout-out. noun.
  3. thank you. interjection.
  4. bless you. phrase.
  5. much obliged. phrase.
  6. cheers. interjection.
  7. ta. interjection.
  8. I owe you one. phrase.

How do you say thank you in a fun way?

Funny Ways to Say Thank You

  1. I’m doing the happy dance.
  2. You made me smile from ear to ear.
  3. If I had a cent for every time I appreciate you, I’d be a millionaire.
  4. Thanks for nothing and everything.
  5. I’ll get you next time.
  6. Don’t think you’re the only one who knows how to give.
  7. Thanks for not getting me a lump of coal.

What is a good thank you saying?

Other ways to say thank you in any occasion Thank you for thinking of me. Thank you for your time today. I value and respect your opinion. I am so thankful for what you did.

How do you say thank you posh?

Show Your Appreciation With 25 Other Ways To Say “Thank You”

  1. I’m so grateful. Thanks is an expression of gratitude, so cut to the chase.
  2. I appreciate it.
  3. Thanks for your hard work on this.
  4. I couldn’t have done it without you.
  5. I owe you one.
  6. Much obliged.
  7. Thanks for having my back.
  8. Please accept my deepest gratitude.

How do you express deep thanks?

I am more grateful to you than you’ll ever know. I’m eternally grateful. You have my deepest thanks. I’ll never forget your support and kindness.

How do you say thank you without being dry?

1 “I’m so grateful.” 2 “I really appreciate this.” 3 “You’re such a lifesaver.” 4 “I couldn’t have done this without your help.”…Change things up by saying “thanks” before someone does you a solid.

  1. “I really appreciate you taking care of my plants for me while I’m away.
  2. “Thanks in advance for picking up my mail for me.”

How do you say thank you in Shakespeare?

In Shakespeare’s day there was a distinction. For example it would make no sense to say “I thank thee” to a group of people. Instead you would have to say “I thank ye” (familiar form) or “I thank you” (polite form).