• What's a "Normal" tip to leave for food??

    Thinking about ordering a pizza, but have no idea what to tip the pizza guy!! What's a regular tip you would give them???
    Thinking about ordering a pizza, but have no idea what to tip the pizza guy!! What's a regular tip you would give them???
    27 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it usual to drift away from family and friends as life goes on?

    Family meaning those you grew up with Mother Father Siblings
    Family meaning those you grew up with Mother Father Siblings
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Lady at gym who boxes, in the cardio room instead of in the empty classroom: would you be annoyed?

    Best answer: It's not your right to demand anything, but you could always ask them if they wouldn't mind using the empty room, as you find it distracting. But they have a right to refuse. You could always go at a different time of day - just 30 minutes later or earlier? But why on earth would you say that she is... show more
    Best answer: It's not your right to demand anything, but you could always ask them if they wouldn't mind using the empty room, as you find it distracting. But they have a right to refuse.
    You could always go at a different time of day - just 30 minutes later or earlier?

    But why on earth would you say that she is encouraging violence against women by boxing? How is that encouraging violence against women? It's the opposite - she's learning to defend herself.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is being honest and straight to the point considered so awful in today's society?

    I have a terribly nosey neighbor who always makes comments about me/my children when we are in our back yard playing. One day she made a comment that infuriated me, so the next time I saw her, I told her that I did not want to talk to her again, ever. Why is that so bad?
    I have a terribly nosey neighbor who always makes comments about me/my children when we are in our back yard playing. One day she made a comment that infuriated me, so the next time I saw her, I told her that I did not want to talk to her again, ever. Why is that so bad?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • I don’t have to give you a wedding gift just because you think I should. Nor I’m obligated to do so. Also, don’t ask for cash gifts...?

    I have been invited to a relative’s wedding and I declined the invitation due work schedule. The bride however, (distant cousin) requested a gift. When I told her a wedding invitation was not an invoice, she took offense and proceed to tell everyone in the family about my lack of etiquette. Etiquette or not, I... show more
    I have been invited to a relative’s wedding and I declined the invitation due work schedule. The bride however, (distant cousin) requested a gift. When I told her a wedding invitation was not an invoice, she took offense and proceed to tell everyone in the family about my lack of etiquette. Etiquette or not, I believe a wedding gift is not an obligation. If I have to pay for my seat at anyone’s wedding then might as well just go to a restaurant where at least I’ll get decent food and no gift requiremts. How wrong am I?
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • When at home should you dress for comfort or to look ok in case someone drops by?

    Best answer: comfort--you should be able to be comfortable in your own home--and if someone "pops" by-then It is what it is....
    Best answer: comfort--you should be able to be comfortable in your own home--and if someone "pops" by-then It is what it is....
    19 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think this is fair?

    Best answer: Yes. I think it's fair. YOUR husband is responsible for bringing a dish. You have no direct ties to the event. I fail to see where this is making all the wives do the cooking. It is a case by case and relationship by relationship basis. Just because most of the wives do this task for their husbands, still... show more
    Best answer: Yes. I think it's fair. YOUR husband is responsible for bringing a dish. You have no direct ties to the event. I fail to see where this is making all the wives do the cooking. It is a case by case and relationship by relationship basis. Just because most of the wives do this task for their husbands, still doesn't obligate you. Feel free to tell your husband to do it himself. Or you will do it if he cleans up the garage or whatever. But in some relationships that would be getting a bit petty.

    On the other hand, I am single. I find it unfair when they invite spouses to such functions. Not only is the company putting twice the expense into my fellow employees as they are to me. I also have to put up with jealous spouses, and couple arguments. Also going to a work event where I should know everyone, and really end up knowing half.
    23 answers · 4 days ago
  • I made a drink at work that ended up having plastic in it and it's all my fault.?

    I'm a barista. A day ago in the middle of a huge rush I made a frapp for 2 kids. The blender was making a weird noise and I was like hmm weird. I go to pout the drinks and some plastic thing that goes in the top of the blender seemed to be floating around. I think to myself "no big deal, found the... show more
    I'm a barista. A day ago in the middle of a huge rush I made a frapp for 2 kids. The blender was making a weird noise and I was like hmm weird. I go to pout the drinks and some plastic thing that goes in the top of the blender seemed to be floating around. I think to myself "no big deal, found the noise" poured the drink and gave it to the kids. The mom comes back 2 minutes later with a sharp piece of plastic in her hand saying it was in her kids drink. I knew right away how dumb I was. WHY DIDN'T I THINK ABOUT THE PLASTIC GETTING IN THE DRINK? I ended up remaking the drink and giving them 5 bucks worth of free stuff. I also said sorry many times and the mom said it was fine but she seemed pretty passive aggressive. Should I tell my bosses what happened? I have checked the Facebook page and have found no reviews from her so I feel like if she would have left a bad review she would have already. I am however afraid of her coming in and talking to my bosses about it, just mentioning it or whatever. Should I just pray it slides under the radar or should I tell my bosses what happened? It's all I've been thinking about since it happened. I don't know if I'm making it a bigger deal than it is but it seems like a big deal. Help.
    7 answers · 3 hours ago
  • What's a nice way to ask a man out?

    Assuming that this man is a friend who has shown signs of interest.
    Assuming that this man is a friend who has shown signs of interest.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I reply this email from my prof?

    I politely asked for an appointment to discuss my thesis (ending it with thanks in advance). She replied with a date and ended it with "see you then." Should I reply? It seems redundant to say OK or thanks (again), and the "see you then" seems final. But I feel incomfortable with silence. Any... show more
    I politely asked for an appointment to discuss my thesis (ending it with thanks in advance). She replied with a date and ended it with "see you then." Should I reply? It seems redundant to say OK or thanks (again), and the "see you then" seems final. But I feel incomfortable with silence. Any suggestion? Thanks.
    7 answers · 5 hours ago
  • Was he being aggressive?

    I’ve been working in an office for over a decade; of everyone in my department, I have the most seniority except for my immediate boss. I sent an email to everyone in my team to teach everyone something since one of my colleagues, Nathan, had something on a certain task that was superfluous. Nathan emailed me back,... show more
    I’ve been working in an office for over a decade; of everyone in my department, I have the most seniority except for my immediate boss. I sent an email to everyone in my team to teach everyone something since one of my colleagues, Nathan, had something on a certain task that was superfluous. Nathan emailed me back, “That project was from 2 years ago and this is the 3rd revision. You should've advised us by last time since the rules & guidelines are quite inconsistent.” So I emailed him back, “Now you know, right?” Then, he replied via email, "Yes, I know now. When I completed this assignment the other day, I didn't want to miss anything essential. Case Closed.” I was giving them a tip to save time and figured he shouldn’t just carelessly follow something from the past, so I emailed him back, “Efficiency with understanding is important.” Then he replied, “What part of Case Closed don’t you understand?”
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • This guy keeps asking about my boyfriend?

    Best answer: we're fine, same as any other silly greeting
    Best answer: we're fine, same as any other silly greeting
    7 answers · 10 hours ago
  • My boyfriend canceled to hang out with me! What do I do?!?

    Literally, we hang out everyday from 5 to 10 PM, after I get out of school. However, I had community service today which was going to last a few hours after school, but rather than commit to hanging out like he said he was going to, he told me this morning that we couldn't see each other today and that he was... show more
    Literally, we hang out everyday from 5 to 10 PM, after I get out of school. However, I had community service today which was going to last a few hours after school, but rather than commit to hanging out like he said he was going to, he told me this morning that we couldn't see each other today and that he was going to play basketball with his friends and while he said it was only for today, I got so pissed. I called him multiple times from school and told him what a selfish asshole he was being. We talked inbetween and he said we wouldn't get enough time to hang out and that it was essentially pointless. So when he was unavailable and couldn't talk, I sent him 27 messages on how he treated me like dirt and that I'm not a slave who should have to keep begging him. I told him he can go play basketball, but he can still come see me. What do I do? He texted me that he was in the shower, but I texted him that I'm hyperventilating. This is so annoying!
    24 answers · 4 days ago
  • Rude to stop speaking to people who speak back but don't seem too friendly?

    If you say hello to acquaintances, such as co-workers, people at the gym, neighbors, etc., and they say hello back but they don't really seem friendly (they speak just because you do, but they just mutter a hello), is it rude to stop speaking to them? I'm an introvert. Why bother using up energy on people... show more
    If you say hello to acquaintances, such as co-workers, people at the gym, neighbors, etc., and they say hello back but they don't really seem friendly (they speak just because you do, but they just mutter a hello), is it rude to stop speaking to them? I'm an introvert. Why bother using up energy on people who aren't going to be friends or otherwise beneficial, and they don't really want to speak, either?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • How would you feel if the subway was practically empty, and someone sits next to you?

    There's almost no people on the subway, yet this guy sits next to me.
    There's almost no people on the subway, yet this guy sits next to me.
    8 answers · 1 day ago