Yeah, right, Receiver. Here speaks a Bearer considerably unimpressed with the perceived melodrama of your reaction to something.
Receivers can proclaim their innocence of such histrionics with Who, me? or their ability to cope with I can take it, dismiss the Bearer’s implicit insult with Whatever or a sarcastic Please, or lament the unlikelihood of such an eventuality with If only. There’s defiance in My pleasure and rueful acknowledgement in Fair enough, while You've changed laments the Bearer’s newfound lack of sympathy. Despair expresses sorrow at the unfolding of events, while Go and die in a hole articulates the Receiver’s disregard for the Bearer’s perspective in no uncertain terms.