• Was this insensitive?

    I had a guest pass for 24 hour fitness and I met with the employee and when he was filling out which gender I am, he said, "Which gender are you? Both?" Then he laughed and said, "Just kidding." This was because my hair was really short at that time, like a boy.
    I had a guest pass for 24 hour fitness and I met with the employee and when he was filling out which gender I am, he said, "Which gender are you? Both?" Then he laughed and said, "Just kidding." This was because my hair was really short at that time, like a boy.
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Sex Real?

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  • How offensive is "you're not a genuine person"?

    I don't think it's offensive
    I don't think it's offensive
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • How can I politely ask a Jehovah's Witness I know socially to save the spiel when she comes by?

    There's this Jehovah's Witness who comes by every so often to share her pamphlets and talk about her religion. If it were anyone else, I'd say I polite "no thank you" and shut the door, but this one in particular is friends with my mom so I feel like I have to let her in and socialize even... show more
    There's this Jehovah's Witness who comes by every so often to share her pamphlets and talk about her religion. If it were anyone else, I'd say I polite "no thank you" and shut the door, but this one in particular is friends with my mom so I feel like I have to let her in and socialize even though she's only ever there to talk about religion. Is there a polite way to tell her that, with all respect, I don't want to hear about it, so if she wants to talk about JW stuff she needs to come by when my mom's home? Or should I just continue to smile and nod politely like I always do?
    32 answers · 5 days ago
  • How can you tell if someone is shy?

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  • Is this wrong of me?

    Best answer: Not going was perfectly fine to do. But you shouldn’t of gone into reasons of when you feel it is worth it to drive an hour and half.

    Thank you for the invitation but I can’t make it, would of been enough,
    Best answer: Not going was perfectly fine to do. But you shouldn’t of gone into reasons of when you feel it is worth it to drive an hour and half.

    Thank you for the invitation but I can’t make it, would of been enough,
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • When is it OK to tell a woman you work with they have gained weight?

    Best answer: Never, when is it appropriate to say something that can get you fired for workplace harassment? What business is it of yours? Gee whiz, her appearance is changing, her clothes aren't fitting, maybe she needs someone to tell her something that she already knows?
    Best answer: Never, when is it appropriate to say something that can get you fired for workplace harassment? What business is it of yours? Gee whiz, her appearance is changing, her clothes aren't fitting, maybe she needs someone to tell her something that she already knows?
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • How do you deal with a very difficult co-worker?

    So I work with this women who is about 15 years older than me and she is supposed too retire in about a year. Me and her do not get along very well. When my boss is on vacation I am the supervisor in the station that I work in and I have a lot extra duties to perform and she always thinks I am screwing around and... show more
    So I work with this women who is about 15 years older than me and she is supposed too retire in about a year. Me and her do not get along very well. When my boss is on vacation I am the supervisor in the station that I work in and I have a lot extra duties to perform and she always thinks I am screwing around and doing some extra things that I am not supposed to be doing. For instance last saturday I went to go and help the guys put away a couple of pallets of food away because the regular person was off for the day she was on me about it "Why are you helping them" I have been to the boss before because I just can't handle her very well and then she got called into the office and she was pissed at me for it. I know it takes 2 to tango but whatever I do in her eyes is always wrong. How do I handle this situation thanks
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • I am addicting to English slang words. How can I stop talking like an English person?

    I've been re-reading the Harry Potter series, and I've gotten totally addicted to English slang. I even make sure to say a new slang word every day at work. Yes, I understand that I am the only one who finds it funny, but I can't stop. My friends have even begged me to stop reading the series and have... show more
    I've been re-reading the Harry Potter series, and I've gotten totally addicted to English slang. I even make sure to say a new slang word every day at work. Yes, I understand that I am the only one who finds it funny, but I can't stop. My friends have even begged me to stop reading the series and have held a mini intervention, but I flat out refused, but I promised I would try to stop using English slang words.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is there anything i can do about this situation at the gym?

    Best answer: say something to them directly,,,like, "hey, can you take that elsewhere? I am trying to concentrate..." or, "can you knock that crap out?" or, "Hey, can you go do your job---making sure people don't drown? or go to their manager and rat them out-they are too immature to be lifeguards.
    Best answer: say something to them directly,,,like, "hey, can you take that elsewhere? I am trying to concentrate..." or, "can you knock that crap out?" or, "Hey, can you go do your job---making sure people don't drown? or go to their manager and rat them out-they are too immature to be lifeguards.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it rude to sit down beside/behind someone when they are on the phone?

    So at my workplace, we have a company policy that when we need to take a personal phone call that we go to a balcony that we have; it's a small office, so this saves people having loud (annyoying) conversations. I have friends living overseas that I can only speak to on my lunchbreak (because of timezone... show more
    So at my workplace, we have a company policy that when we need to take a personal phone call that we go to a balcony that we have; it's a small office, so this saves people having loud (annyoying) conversations. I have friends living overseas that I can only speak to on my lunchbreak (because of timezone issues), friends going through though times, and also take general calls from an employment agency about how my job is going... awkward for someone who works with you to overhear... so I go out to this balcony for lunch because i almost always have to call someone/someone calls me. Almost every day though, one of my co-workers comes out and sits down beside me when I'm in the middle of a private conversation, or sits behind me (when I'm standing - facing away from the door for extra privacy), and does not make himself known, so overhears things I would wish to keep private. I usually end up saying excuse me to the person I'm talking to and leave, or just completely end the conversation. Question is, am I being petty, or is this actually a really rude thing for him to do? And how do i go about letting him know that i don't appreciate it without being confrontational (as I do have to work with him). Also, we have about 3-4 other places we can eat lunch, so it's not like he has no other options...
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Was this okay to do?

    Today, I had a day off and my work called me in to work. I initially said that I was unable to come in. Then, they told me that one of my coworkers was sick. I went in and my boss thanked me and was very grateful that I arrived to help out. I just feel bad that I initially said no and then ended up coming in to... show more
    Today, I had a day off and my work called me in to work. I initially said that I was unable to come in. Then, they told me that one of my coworkers was sick. I went in and my boss thanked me and was very grateful that I arrived to help out. I just feel bad that I initially said no and then ended up coming in to work. Was this okay to do?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What does this mean? and is it an insult?

    Best answer: Yes, it's an insult meaning your stupid. What to do? Nothing. The other worker has the right to not like you and say what he wants. You also have the right to say what you want. But other then talk, there is nothing you can or should do.
    Best answer: Yes, it's an insult meaning your stupid. What to do? Nothing. The other worker has the right to not like you and say what he wants. You also have the right to say what you want. But other then talk, there is nothing you can or should do.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Did I come across very rude to this customer?

    Yesterday at work (I work in retail) I was doing a carryout for an elderly woman and she all the sudden couldn't remember where she parked at and she had a hard time finding her vehicle, I've told her that with the way they make cars these days it's harder and harder to find your vehicle in the parking... show more
    Yesterday at work (I work in retail) I was doing a carryout for an elderly woman and she all the sudden couldn't remember where she parked at and she had a hard time finding her vehicle, I've told her that with the way they make cars these days it's harder and harder to find your vehicle in the parking lot anymore, I also told her that growing up as a kid you used to be able to tell the vehicles apart from a distance, it turned out she went out through a different door than the one she came in, I was trying to sympathize with this particular customer and can understand where she was coming from.
    7 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Where is the best place to apply for jobs and get hired immediately?

    I've only applied online to many jobs on Indeed, and I haven't heard back from any. Can anyone recommend me places where they can hire me immediately? Is it better to apply online or somewhere else?
    I've only applied online to many jobs on Indeed, and I haven't heard back from any. Can anyone recommend me places where they can hire me immediately? Is it better to apply online or somewhere else?
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why are people so cheap with panhandlers?

    Maybe their family used to have a business that went bankrupt and when you give them only a dollar or a little bit of change when they were always use to getting twenties off course they're probably not going to like it
    Maybe their family used to have a business that went bankrupt and when you give them only a dollar or a little bit of change when they were always use to getting twenties off course they're probably not going to like it
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Odd interaction at McDonalds?

    Best answer: Your face must have somehow looked familiar to this person, and hence his question to you. It is highly likely the intention was not to make you feel uncomfortable.
    Best answer: Your face must have somehow looked familiar to this person, and hence his question to you. It is highly likely the intention was not to make you feel uncomfortable.
    8 answers · 2 days ago