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when is it good to thank someone?

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when someone does you a favor and or helps you in some way...is it always wise to thank them immediately or later always only?  so i guess my question is which one would you pick?....is there something to mater here when it comes to finding patterns or perhaps even maybe rhythmic patterns of how and when to switch on how quick you thank someone?  darn, i guess 

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6 minutes ago, AmazingDiana said:

Any time. Does not matter as long as you do it

what about deliberating about outcomes living with subtlety and side approaching strategies in life?  the outcomes and how you go about things thanking someone could help you go under the radar in helping someone else or for yourself?

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uhhh, I've never thought about it much. I just usually thank the person right away - it's the polite thing to do..

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I think right after the do it...unless you don't get the chance then thank them later if you can. I just give a simple "thanks" lol

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To me it’s common courtesy to say please and thank you. It’s natural to me and it’s just nice to show good manners because it shows a good sense of character. When you say thank you, it shows the person you appreciate what they did for them and sometimes people like hearing that. It doesn’t cost anything to be nice. 

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