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How does it really feel when people say "thank you for your patience" to their clients in English?

In my opinion, "thank you for your patience" is perfectly appropriate when the wait comes to an end: a restaurant patron has been waiting for a table, so you thank them for their patience ...
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Proper way for asking to leave

Considering the context, if someone had too much to drink, I don't know that you would ask them to leave. If they drove home and something happened, you might be partially liable for (1) serving him ...
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