1. You’re welcome.; It is my pleasure to do so. (From It’s my pleasure. There is a stress on both words.) Mary: Thank you for bringing this up here. Bill: My pleasure. Jane: Oh, Doctor, you’ve really helped Tom. Thank you so much! Doctor: My pleasure.
2. Happy to meet you.; Happy to see you. Sally: Bill, meet Mary, my cousin. Bill: My pleasure.
See also: pleasure
I Love the phrase: “My pleasure”. I like it better then you’re welcome, no problem, no worries, etc. My pleasure means kindness to me. It means I’m so happy to do it, I would love to, I want to do it, I’m honored to do it for you, and I’m happy you asked. My heart feels plump and juicy when I say this phrase. When I use it I don’t use it lightly but that doesn’t mean I don’t use it frequently. I DO use it frequently because I truly love doing things for others, I like serving them, I like it when I can help people with their needs and my heart is full when they feel comfortable enough to ask.
Even if I’m just a drop of help I contribute to the whole, and I desire to be a positive influence on those around me, even though I fail sometimes I want to at least try.