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    #1

    Exclamation "s"

    Hello,


    Why "thanks" instead of thank?

    same goes to no worries and no worry.. what are the differences between no worries and no worry?


    Thank You

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    Re: "s"

    "thanks" is short for many thank-you's.

    "no worries", plural, means, more than one worry.
    "no worry", singular, is short for, there's no need to worry.

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