What does no danger mate m ean? Only fellow brits answer pls?
Alright so I from Birmingham, England and the other day, I heard this group of blokes having a conversation, and one of them got offended by the other and then apologised and the other said no danger mate, I was like alright, I think he meant no problem mate, if I'm correct, I haven't heard that before, is it a new thing going around in the UK or what?
- hairyhotdogsLv 55 years agoFavorite Answer
Easy, "no danger, mate" means no threat, I aint interested/bothered/not going to do anything/ not going to take your girlfriend.
He didn't mean a threat, anything aggressive or anything nasty by what he said. It was the aftermath of what should have been said "no offence"
- Andy LuciaLv 75 years ago
It isn't typically English to say that but neither is "no worries" Both are Australian as far as I know however, expressions seem to transmigrate from the US and Down Under in particular
- MercuryLv 75 years ago
It has been around for years.