Quick Answer: How Do You Respond To Whatever?

What does the response whatever mean?

The term is used either to dismiss a previous statement and express indifference or in affirmation of a previous statement as “whatever will be will be”.

An interjection of “whatever” can be considered offensive and impolite or it can be considered affirming..

Does whatever mean yes?

2 Answers. Yes, it’s rude. “Whatever” expresses indifference; often, expressing indifference is dismissive, and in this case, it’s dismissive of what the other person has to say. Semantically, it’s equivalent to responding with “I don’t care”.

What does I Gotchu FAM mean?

I got your backFam is your family but more often these days “fam” refers to any close loved ones, including friends. “I gotchu fam” is a popular phrase which means “I got your back.”

What does whatever mean from a girl?

Whatever Whatever…a classic among classics, a verbal weapon used by both men and women. When a woman says “whatever” during a fight, it means that she doesn’t want to talk to you anymore, because you are pathetic. At this point you should be VERY worried. She has two words for you: screw you!

How do you respond to Gotchu?

“I understand (what you have just said).” “I got you (your back)” I’m supportive of you. Normally just a nod of understanding is fine. And “thank you” kind.

How do you respond when someone thanks you for there?

10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”You’re welcome.No problem.No worries.Don’t mention it.My pleasure.Anytime.It was the least I could do.Glad to help.More items…

Is what a rude response?

“What?” Is the proper response if you want to emulate people from higher social classes. … So, to answer your question: if you’re a working class person and you say “What?” to a middle class person, they’ll probably think you’re rude.

What does I’ve got you covered mean?

‘I’ve got you covered’ is a way of saying ‘I’ve got lots of costume ideas for you, so don’t worry.” Here’s another example that uses covered like this: You go to a concert with a friend, but realize that you’ve forgotten your wallet. You’re friend is really nice, and pays for your ticket too.

What does I’ve got you mean?

In (at least American) slang, saying “I got you” means either “I get what you’re saying” or “I’ve got your back”. In child games of tag, saying “I got you!” means that you caught someone.

What is the best reply to whatever?

Yes, it’s rude. “Whatever” expresses indifference; often, expressing indifference is dismissive, and in this case, it’s dismissive of what the other person has to say. Semantically, it’s equivalent to responding with “I don’t care”.

Is if you say so rude?

Another offensive phrase: “If you say so.” This phrase is sarcasm in the form of insincere agreement. “If you say so” doesn’t mean that what’s being said is true – only that it’s being said. … The top offensive phrase: “Shut up.” Simply put – It’s a harsh way to silence someone, and it conveys extreme disrespect.