I was racing on a public server about an hour ago and I experienced something which I seldom experience in rl. It was a qualifying session in prep for a wtcc race at Curitiba and there was a tremendous ammount of pushing, shoving and general bad manners. During which somebody exiting the pit lane (Damage_Inc) actually took the time to let me pass. Normally I'd take this move for granted, but under the circumstances I thought I'd take the time to say thank you ( a proper one, not quickchat) after finishing the lap. Unfortunately my thanks were taken as being sarcastic, which upset me a bit. However, having re-read my "thanks for letting me in (I meant 'pass' but that's not important)" comment it did indeed sound sarcastic. The thing is, under any other circumstances it wouldn't come across that way but 'chat' is rife with sarcastic gratitude so that's what happened. Now I'm in a quandry as to what I should map to my quick chat preset instead of 'thanks'. Is this a common problem with ingame chat, or is it just me? By the way, fortunately we did sort the misunderstanding out and if you read this 'Damage-Inc' thanks again, and I truly mean it!