Don’t mention it
When someone responds to your thanks with DMI, they’re not asking you to not mention your gratitude again. DMI isn’t supposed to be understood word by word. Instead, it’s a friendly way of saying “you’re welcome” or “no problem.”
Receiving a DMI in response means that the person was happy to assist you and didn’t find it troublesome or burdensome. They might have just been doing what they consider to be a normal act of kindness or assistance.
But even if they say DMI, they likely value your thanks. So, it is always good to appreciate the help you receive. This acronym is just one of the many ways we communicate kindness and understanding in our everyday interactions.
Example for using ‘DMI’ in a conversation
Hey, thanks for helping me with my math homework! I was really stuck on that problem.
DMI! It wasn’t a big deal. I’m always here to help you out. 😊
I really appreciate it. You’re the best! 🙌
No problem at all! Glad I could assist. Anytime you need help, just let me know. 👍
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