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During a conversation, if someone unexpectedly changes the subject of a conversation, we have the following idiom in French: "Qu'est ce que cela a avoir avec la choucroute?..." which means word by word: "what does it have to do with the sauerkraut?..." Do you have something similar in English?
What does that have to do with the price of fish in Denmark?
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I am very happy that you liked my joke. I am even more pleased that the joke had the desired effect and you obtained an answer.
It has been a pleasure.
"It has been a pleasure" certainly doesn't indicate hurt feelings.