not a problem.
I admit I haven't been in a Subway in over a year and maybe five times in the past five years; I used to go all the time. But is tipping a new thing? I did tip. And is saying "not a problem" instead of "you're welcome" to a customer when the customer says "thank you" a new trend, too? I try to give the person waiting on me the benefit of the doubt and just smile and walk out, but I'm getting this a lot lately everywhere and it bugs me (I'm not the only one). I SHOULD THINK IT IS NOT A PROBLEM; I AM GIVING YOU GUYS MY BUSINESS!
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