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Mar 8 '17 at 16:09 comment added AndyT These responses could all be very awkward for the poor person who accidentally bumped into you, if he was British anyway. No need to make a conversation out of it - no one* actually wants to talk to strangers on a bus! (*very few Brits do at any rate.)
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Mar 8 '17 at 12:36 comment added ED-209 I agree with @PatrickStevens here - do not use any of those three suggestions in this situation or you may end up starting a fight. They are agonisingly over-formal and to deliver them without sounding like you're "taking the piss" would be very difficult.
Mar 8 '17 at 9:27 comment added Patrick Stevens Though note that the second and third responses are rather more formal than an "accidental contact on the bus" situation might warrant, and the last three can all come across as condescending or even passive-aggressive if you're not careful. "That's alright" is pretty much always safe.
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