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How many times have I told you never to speak to strangers?!?!?!?!?

Please: I wonder how people came up with this phrase?

"Would it please you if you did this for me?" - Would you please do this for me?
"If it would please you do this for me" - Please do this for me
"If it please you would you do this for me?" - Please would you do this for me.
"It would please me if you did this for me" - Please do this for me
"If you can do this it would please me!" - Do this for me please
"If you could do this for me I would be pleased" - Could you do this for me please?
"Do this for me" - Hey bitch I gave you an order

Thank you - This is probably just an acknowledgement for all the lawyers out there

"Give thanks to the Lord [for this food]" - Amen/thanks
"I acknowledge your message" - Thank you
"Thank you for your message" - Thank you
"I am grateful for your message" - Thank you
"I appreciate your message" - Thank you
"I will deal with your message later" - Thank you
"You cannot be serious" - Thank you
"I object" - If it would please you sir but I do not accept your message (You are in contempt of some members of this court)
"I love your message" - Thank you
"Good point" - Thank you/thanks
"I accept your message" - Thank you
"Message received" - Thank you

Typically the conversation would go:

"Please do this for me", "Thank you", "Thank you".

"Hey bitch I gave you an order", "If it would please you sir but I do not accept your message", "Could you do this for me please?", "Possibly", "Please would you do this for me", "Thank you".


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