like if someone feels bad for you... For example, if you try hard, but make a mistake and someones like "it's OK"...I mean, you might feel embarrassed and I would too, but what about feeling bad towards the person who went "awe, poor buddy".
Would you give different response to a man?
Would you give a different response to ward a women?
I guess for me, I would say to a guy, "thanks man" but to a women, "oh, well, thank you" Is that corny or weird?
I couldn't really say as the circumstances and the way something is said would indicate a lot more to me. When things are written it is hard to convey hidden meanings so we maybe just assume them. For instance "It's OK" may mean just that or the complete opposite. It depends on who said it and how it was said. The assumption is often that it's not OK but I have used it to say that it is OK as I often understate things and don't sound enthusiastic, even though I really am.