What is a good comeback to “you’ve changed”?

so everyone changes right? and i just moved back to my hometown after 5 years and i keep hearing “you’ve changed” and sometimes they mean it in negative terms i need good comebacks or quotes..


“no, i havent changed but i just stopped living life your way”

anything would be greatly appreciated

14 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    “It’s called life. You try it.”

    “I’ve changed…. so? Deal with it.”

    “So I’m not who I used to be? If you don’t like it, there’s the door.”

    You can say anything and pretty much mean the same thing. Who cares if you’ve changed. If you’re happy with yourself who cares what other people think.

  • 18 gibbs 20
    1 month ago

    Sounds like you’re taking it negatively. They’re just making small talk. What I would say would be “Hopefully for the better” and laugh while I’m saying it…

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    “Oh really? Your mom/sister/girlfriend doesn’t seem to think so/sure seems to like them” “You must know what that’s like, right ___?” Or, ignore them. If you joke back with them, they might take it to mean that you think the joke is fnny, and they’ll keep doing it. If you don’t respond, or act reall bored with the joke, it will get old and they’ll stop doing it.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Well here’s my response to that:

    Some random moron: “You’ve changed” (Negatively)

    My response: “So did you from a kid to a douchebag

  • Glory M
    1 month ago

    I’d say, Well yes I have changed for the best seems like you didn’t… Or I’d be sarcastic and be like I know… Smile coyly and walk away while tossing my hair.

  • ___
    1 month ago

    “For the better”

    “No, I’ve matured.”

    “Is that a good or bad thing?”

    “I’m still the same person, but with more experience.”

    “So have you.”

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Yeah I’m older, aren’t you?

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    “5 years is a very long time.”


  • LaDy BeLLs
    1 month ago

    “Maybe your the one who’s changed”

    “Yes i have changed and i’m proud of who i am”

  • Mike
    1 month ago

    laugh, say youve changed a lot too! then tap their belly to indicate they gained weight and walk away

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