Monday, April 5, 2010 | Categories: |
Canadians say "thank you" a lot. We thank people for holding doors open for us. We thank the person who hands us our morning coffee. We thank the cashier when she hands us our change. And real keeners even send thank you notes to people who've given them a present. But if you were to keep track of how many times a day you say "thank you," how often would you really mean it? This week, And the Winner Is... presents an award-winning episode of DNTO that asks the question: has thank you lost its meaning?