Phrase that expresses thanks and gratitude to the person whom it is said to.
Thank you, mother fucker.
作者 Matteo 2003年9月12日
People Just Don't Say that Enough Any More.
Thank You my friend best of luck to you.
作者 The thirdnipchick 2010年4月13日
The only words to say to the person that will give you the strength from afar an never lay a hand of violence to you.
Thank you for giving me back my life Mr. Doe. We'll be alright and love will help us get threw the game. It's the only way to live. The only thing these boys have ever done is use my name in may ways as a meat spin game.

Oh shit guys, I thought about the game Willy. So glad he told me about it in 2000. Nice heads up. Never trust any one right?

Thank you James Eric for always having what it takes to love a woman right. From the moment I shook your hand in the Auditorium You knew and I knew we would meet again. He made my vision go fuzzy then too.
作者 EricisTheMan 2010年2月06日
The opposite of fuck you.
Thank you, cunt.
作者 Pawn of Sex 2016年6月02日
the down home version of 'exactly' or a secular hallelujah in praise of what someone has said
You know she comes in here every time with that attitude, like she was going with the man or something. Thank you!
作者 sawmill 2004年7月23日
A phrase not often heard nowadays, much like "forgive me" and "I'm a virgin."
Thank you for farting in my face, doctor.
作者 Bastardized Bottomburp 2003年9月20日
1) What you say to someone to show your gratitude/appreciation.

2) What artists say in concerts after they are done with a song that is codeword for "Shut the hell up already!"
1) Person 1: Will you please pass the salt?
-Person 2 passes the salt to person 1-
Person 1: Thank you.
Person 2: Your welcome.
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2) Singer: Thank you.
(the singer is actually saying: SHUT THE FUCK UP SO I CAN GET TO THE NEXT SONG, ASS MONKEYS.)
Fans: OMGZZ THAT WAS AWESOMEEE NEXT SONG PLS.
Singer: ...Thank you.
(the singer is actually saying: WELL, I WOULD IF YOU CROTCH SNIFFS WOULD SHUT UP.)
And then that carries on for an hour.
作者 Oivey 2008年8月31日
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