Sunday, January 31, 2010
....I would not get offended if you said that! Why is it that some women take certain things a man says as an attack on them? The same words that you can say to a man, with no negative reaction at all usually get a totally different reaction from allot of women!! Sayings that come to mind are, "are you going to wear that"?, "when is the last time you had a haircut"?, "is that a whole order"? The point is why does it seem that allot of things that are said to a woman, even though a man as no intention of being so, the woman seems to be offended. Is it a lack of self-esteem, paranoia, or an act to make others feel guilty?
Posted by tall48 at 10:34 AM
Do you ever have someone tell you something that seems so untrue? Have you noticed how desensitized we have become to lies? From a parent that tells us to hide or say "I am not home" to our supposed leader of our nation telling us there is more then one definition of is! I do not want to be lied to ANYMORE!! Wouldn't it be great to know that everything you were told and you told someone was the truth? I feel so bad when I find out I have been lied to. And feel so guilty when I try to lie to anyone, which I try not to do. Please feel free to send comments, questions, I would like to talk about what I think is one of the biggest problems that faces us!!! Maybe it's a language problem!....
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Do some people like to go on a date to have a free dinner or a night out? It seems that many people like to go out with someone just for something to do and with no intention of any possible relationship happening. I would like very much to here feedback on this topic.
Is anyone else tired on being P.C.? To me being politically correct is just not telling the truth. How many times have you being talking to someone when they said something that you knew was totally false? For me I would rather be told the truth now then to have someone try to spare my feelings and find out I was lied to later. I think that's one reason why people are so disappointed, either when they find out something about themselves physically or mentally. One example = how many times have you called some corporation and talked with someone that was incapable of understanding what u were saying?
Friday, January 29, 2010
And another thing... are you tired of rude individuals who do something NOT any civilized person would do?! One example - recently a friend of mine was working out at a local health club. She was doing laps in the pool, when she saw a fellow swimmer spit , NOT once but twice in the pool!! Now, while something like this very ignorant action may have happened to you, not many people say anything. How many times have you heard or saw some terrible behavior and not felt like it was our place to speak up? We all should expect everyone to act with common decency.