• Do you think it's weird for someone not to say it's their birthday?

    I saw someone that it was his birthday he's from the 1970s do you think he's weird or he forgot
    I saw someone that it was his birthday he's from the 1970s do you think he's weird or he forgot
    41 answers · 1 week ago
  • Graduation announcements etiquette?

    I m preparing to send out my college graduation announcements, and the ones I ordered came with plain envelopes. I was considering buying foil lined envelopes since I now have the dimensions of the outer envelope that fits the announcement. My question is when you normally have foil lined envelopes, are both... show more
    I m preparing to send out my college graduation announcements, and the ones I ordered came with plain envelopes. I was considering buying foil lined envelopes since I now have the dimensions of the outer envelope that fits the announcement. My question is when you normally have foil lined envelopes, are both envelopes foil lined or just the outer envelope?
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why are people such cowards when it comes to saying no to a company/salesperson? They’ll lie and be like “I’ve gotta think about it”?

    If it was a door to door person knocking on your door uninvited, then I’d understand making up some crap like “I’ll think about it”, because those people can get annoying and high pressure. And you don’t ask for them. But it’s annoying when somebody calls my company and wastes like 20 minutes to 3 hours of my time... show more
    If it was a door to door person knocking on your door uninvited, then I’d understand making up some crap like “I’ll think about it”, because those people can get annoying and high pressure. And you don’t ask for them. But it’s annoying when somebody calls my company and wastes like 20 minutes to 3 hours of my time (depending on the individual situation) and then says something like “I’ll think about it” or “I’ve gotta talk to my wife”. We sell a lot of jobs and have great reviews, so I know the problem isn’t me, us, or our product (we do great work for our customers). Why can’t they just be more honest? Why can’t they be like “we want a lower price bro” or “hey, someone who’s just as good as y’all came in at a better deal” or “another company of equal price does better work” etc? Note: I am NOT saying that I am entitled to anyone’s business. I am NOT saying that people are obligated to go with me. I am NOT saying people can’t say no. So don’t even reply with some stupid crap like that. I’m just wondering why people aren’t more honest and up front? Why are people afraid to say no? And it’s not my physical presence- even over the phone when I’m casual and relaxed, heck even over text, they’ll say it. Nobody everrrr is honest. I think in 2-3 years I’ve only heard honest sales rejections like 5 times or something. What’s up with that?
    16 answers · 7 days ago
  • Do you say "excuse me" or "excuse you" politely if someone you in your way?

    Best answer: The proper request is to say "excuse me". That places the burden of apologizing for the inconvenience on the speaker and not on the blocker. The blocker will often apologize for being in the way as they move out of your way but they are not offended by your request. If you say it the other way, you are... show more
    Best answer: The proper request is to say "excuse me". That places the burden of apologizing for the inconvenience on the speaker and not on the blocker. The blocker will often apologize for being in the way as they move out of your way but they are not offended by your request. If you say it the other way, you are placing the blame on them and are likely to be offended by your accusation. Thus, it is polite and proper to excuse yourself for inconveniencing them.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do you talk to people when you enter an elevator?

    Best answer: only if i know them or am being polite. saying thank you for instance to somebody who held the door or excuse me for whatever reason that it was aproprate.
    Best answer: only if i know them or am being polite. saying thank you for instance to somebody who held the door or excuse me for whatever reason that it was aproprate.
    24 answers · 1 week ago
  • I was travelling with an Italian friend& we met a Japanese Canadian girl (born and raised in Canada). She said she was from Vancouver?

    Best answer: It's a bit of a racist stereotype, yes.
    Best answer: It's a bit of a racist stereotype, yes.
    15 answers · 1 week ago
  • How should you respond to someone who says "You're being too sensitive."?

    Best answer: Your boss is the one who isn't sensitive. He should have address the problem when it happened and if he had to do so pull you aside from your family. No, you were not being too sensitive. Nobody likes to be humiliated in front of anyone.
    Best answer: Your boss is the one who isn't sensitive. He should have address the problem when it happened and if he had to do so pull you aside from your family. No, you were not being too sensitive. Nobody likes to be humiliated in front of anyone.
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • I was told that I looked beautiful today as always and said thanks “you too” but it was lower in tone. Do you think the person heard?

    I didn’t mean to say it bc they’re ugly
    I didn’t mean to say it bc they’re ugly
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Have you ever asked the person ahead of you in the grocery line if you can skip ahead, because you only have one item?

    Best answer: No, that sounds rather rude. (Use self checkout, where available, if you're in that much of a hurry.)

    However, I've had people on their own offer to let me go ahead. It helps to not be pushy.
    Best answer: No, that sounds rather rude. (Use self checkout, where available, if you're in that much of a hurry.)

    However, I've had people on their own offer to let me go ahead. It helps to not be pushy.
    35 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it tacky if me girlfriend does this?

    Best answer: That's hilarious, not in a good way.

    Why are you dating her if it bugs you so much?

    Then again, Minnie Pearl made a very good living off of wearing ridiculous hats with the price tag dangling from them.
    Best answer: That's hilarious, not in a good way.

    Why are you dating her if it bugs you so much?

    Then again, Minnie Pearl made a very good living off of wearing ridiculous hats with the price tag dangling from them.
    21 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it wrong that I hate hearing children in a movie theater laughing at a scene they're about to watch that was repeatedly in the trailer?

    I understand that moviegoers got amped up when they know that a certain scene is coming, thus he subtle noise in the theater. But sometimes, it becomes overkill as the kids start laughing.
    I understand that moviegoers got amped up when they know that a certain scene is coming, thus he subtle noise in the theater. But sometimes, it becomes overkill as the kids start laughing.
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • What does it mean when every guy you meet says you're a 'nice' girl?

    Best answer: You may intimidate them . Also that pesky harassment thing is out there . You could answer by saying not all the time .
    Best answer: You may intimidate them . Also that pesky harassment thing is out there . You could answer by saying not all the time .
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is this socially unacceptable?

    Best answer: You do you, let them do them.
    Best answer: You do you, let them do them.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it considered bad manners to pick your nose or to scratch your butt in the check out line in Walmat?

    Best answer: It's definitely considered bad manners to scratch your butt, pick your nose, mess with your ears, etc. Like, if you've got an itch, and you gotta scratch it, go for it, but some people are sensitive to seeing people pick their nose, or dig in their ears-- I know I get a bit barfy when I see earwax or... show more
    Best answer: It's definitely considered bad manners to scratch your butt, pick your nose, mess with your ears, etc. Like, if you've got an itch, and you gotta scratch it, go for it, but some people are sensitive to seeing people pick their nose, or dig in their ears-- I know I get a bit barfy when I see earwax or someone eating boogers. It's better just to take care of that stuff in privacy.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • If you are in church and a family of 5 comes in late and sits next to you and sandwiches you to the person next to you,?

    Best answer: no-you need to be comfortable--they were rude to show up late when they are such a large group--they should have split up, instead they opted to make you uncomfortable---no right thinking person could fault you for moving.
    Best answer: no-you need to be comfortable--they were rude to show up late when they are such a large group--they should have split up, instead they opted to make you uncomfortable---no right thinking person could fault you for moving.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago