• How to be more charismatic?

    I feel like people meet me at first and think I don’t have much personality, especially at work lol
    I feel like people meet me at first and think I don’t have much personality, especially at work lol
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it rude to ask someone to clean up after themselves then express how I'd feel with swear words and anger should they fail to do so?

    I work at a large store during its after hours part of my duties involves cleaning the restroom in my half of the building. Anyways this trainee on his second day on the job was taking his break and I discover him using that restroom (a urinal) right after I cleaned that restroom which made me slightly mad since... show more
    I work at a large store during its after hours part of my duties involves cleaning the restroom in my half of the building. Anyways this trainee on his second day on the job was taking his break and I discover him using that restroom (a urinal) right after I cleaned that restroom which made me slightly mad since I had just cleaned and there's another restroom closer to the department he works in so I say to him, "please when you're done, clean up after yourself because I'm f--king sick of people using the facilities and making them dirty again right after I clean them! it f--king p--ses me off!" I felt like when I expressed my anger for this past problem I was only talking about other people doing that and wasn't really accusing him of anything but he seemed appalled by what I said to him and simply says "ok i will make sure it looks the way it did before I walked in" but after I mentioned that it p--ses me off, I'm assuming in an effort to stand his ground says something to me like "I really don't appreciate you talking to me like that and accusing me of something I didn't really even do!" I don't feel like I verbally abused him or shamed him, but was I still being rude by any means?
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Is it rude to ask someone to clean up after themselves then express how I'd feel with swear words and anger should they fail to do so?

    I work at a large store during its after hours part of my duties involves cleaning the restroom in my half of the building. Anyways this trainee on his second day was on break and I discover him using that restroom right after I cleaned it which made me slightly mad so I say to him, "please when you're... show more
    I work at a large store during its after hours part of my duties involves cleaning the restroom in my half of the building. Anyways this trainee on his second day was on break and I discover him using that restroom right after I cleaned it which made me slightly mad so I say to him, "please when you're done, clean up after yourself because I'm f--king sick of people using the facilities and making them dirty again right after I clean them! it f--king p--ses me off!" I felt like when I expressed my anger for this past problem I was only talking about other people doing that and wasn't really accusing him of anything but he seemed appalled by what I said to him and simply says "ok i will" but after I mentioned that it p--ses me off, I'm assuming in an effort to stand his ground says something to me like "I really don't appreciate you talking to me like that and accusing me of something I didn't really even do!" I don't feel like I verbally abused him or shamed him for anything but was I still being rude by any means?
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • How to cope with a disrespectful coworker?

    Over the course of two years I've worked my way up from a dishwasher to a prep cook in the restaurant I work in. One of my coworkers was at some point my close friend and was the one who convinced me to ask about switching positions in the first place. After a spiraling downfall of her coming in in one bad mood... show more
    Over the course of two years I've worked my way up from a dishwasher to a prep cook in the restaurant I work in. One of my coworkers was at some point my close friend and was the one who convinced me to ask about switching positions in the first place. After a spiraling downfall of her coming in in one bad mood after another and taking it out on me, I had had enough and I spoke to my boss about the condescending disrescpet I was greeted with every evening. He had a talk with her and now she has not spoken to me in months. She will not communicate with me for work purposes, she rolls her eyes and scoffs at me whenever I walk by her or I'm within he right, she has attempted to hit me by kicking trash cans in my direction as I'm walking down the hall, she's even referred to me as "f*cking idiot" when I accidentally hit her with the revolving restaurant doors as she was walking in and I was walking out. I will be the first to admit that I am sensitive and I hate confrontation. I have tried to be very passive about the whole situation. I still try to treat her with the same respect and fairness that I give to my coworkers, but she's really starting to wear me down.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Was this insensitive?

    Best answer: Not at all !
    The world would be a much happier place if it had more kids like you.
    Best answer: Not at all !
    The world would be a much happier place if it had more kids like you.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does English use a lot of double speak like Spanish does?

    Or am i imagining things?
    Or am i imagining things?
    6 answers · 40 mins ago
  • Who thinks it's rude for a cashier or associate to just say "ok buh bye" when you say "thank you"?

    This happened to me when I was registering and paying for a class at the college front office. If a customer says "thank you" and the worker who helped the customer just says "ok buh bye" it seems like they're saying "alright whatever, just leave" I just feel they should at least... show more
    This happened to me when I was registering and paying for a class at the college front office. If a customer says "thank you" and the worker who helped the customer just says "ok buh bye" it seems like they're saying "alright whatever, just leave" I just feel they should at least throw in a "Thank YOU" or "You're welcome" and/or even "have a good day" when the customer is not only being polite but is also making their job possible and making contribution to their paycheck(s). Thoughts?
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it rude for a customer to arrive at a store to go shopping within minutes of closing?

    Best answer: Not at all. If the shop is open, it should be accepting customers. The shop can announce that it will be closing in five minutes and advise all shoppers to make their purchases by then and refuse to accept payments for anything once the till has been closed. The shop does not have to stay open just because there... show more
    Best answer: Not at all. If the shop is open, it should be accepting customers. The shop can announce that it will be closing in five minutes and advise all shoppers to make their purchases by then and refuse to accept payments for anything once the till has been closed. The shop does not have to stay open just because there are customers in the shop. If the customer is known to the management, however, and likely to spend a lot of money, then the shop will stay open a little longer but the staff are entitled to overtime.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • This goth chick cut in line at the checkout of the grocery store to get cash?

    Best answer: Yes, you should ignore it. Don't waste your emotional energy on stuff like this unless you want to be like one of those sad people on daytime TV creating a drama of their life by pointlessly escalating some petty feud. Put your time and energy into something more productive instead like studying, sports, or a... show more
    Best answer: Yes, you should ignore it.

    Don't waste your emotional energy on stuff like this unless you want to be like one of those sad people on daytime TV creating a drama of their life by pointlessly escalating some petty feud.

    Put your time and energy into something more productive instead like studying, sports, or a hobby and you'll have a happier life.
    14 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it normal that I am 21 and would rather not be drunk ?

    I am more of a stoner. When I am stoned I am still in control of my own actions. When I get drunk I stumble around,knock things over, and get emotional.
    I am more of a stoner. When I am stoned I am still in control of my own actions. When I get drunk I stumble around,knock things over, and get emotional.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Best comeback for this?

    I'm not particularly assertive, though Im getting better. A lot of times when I am in a situation of being bullied/ dominated/ victimised I use to accept it. Now, I 'fight' back by standing up for myself, and the usual response is 'I feel so sorry for you'. This is passive aggresssive,... show more
    I'm not particularly assertive, though Im getting better. A lot of times when I am in a situation of being bullied/ dominated/ victimised I use to accept it. Now, I 'fight' back by standing up for myself, and the usual response is 'I feel so sorry for you'. This is passive aggresssive, patronising and said with the intent of making me out to be the overreaction. What is the best comeback to this?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you get annoyed and start to scream in this situation?

    I was paying attention to work at my workplace. All of sudden out of blue somebody said something but I didn't realize the person was talking. We were not having a meeting or something like that. The person didn't come and talk to me at all, but asked the entire office about something. i didn't know... show more
    I was paying attention to work at my workplace. All of sudden out of blue somebody said something but I didn't realize the person was talking. We were not having a meeting or something like that. The person didn't come and talk to me at all, but asked the entire office about something. i didn't know about this until another person came to me to scream at me because I didn't respond. I believe this kind of thing can happen to anybody once in awhile if the person concentrates on doing something. Why does anybody have to scream? Why doesn't the person come and talk to me properly if i couldn't hear?
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it rude to not even acknowledge someone who speaks to you if you are standing talking to others in the group? I despise?

    Best answer: These things are normal, and if they already know the situation, I think they would just accept it.
    Best answer: These things are normal, and if they already know the situation, I think they would just accept it.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it appropriate to have my pajamas on when I have company over?

    I know it is inappropriate if I wore my underwear or if I was naked when I had guests over but what if I am in my pajamas and just getting out of bed and have my pajamas on while meeting with a client or having company over whether they are my friends or not. Is this appropriate
    I know it is inappropriate if I wore my underwear or if I was naked when I had guests over but what if I am in my pajamas and just getting out of bed and have my pajamas on while meeting with a client or having company over whether they are my friends or not. Is this appropriate
    21 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do some drs and nurses have such bad people skills and are rude?

    Best answer: Because they are human beings. There are a whole host of reasons why a doctor or nurse may be in a bad mood. Like everyone else they, too, can find it challenging to paint a smile on their faces and be polite with everyone. Try politely challenging it. Do not accept it and ask why they are being rude to you.
    Best answer: Because they are human beings. There are a whole host of reasons why a doctor or nurse may be in a bad mood. Like everyone else they, too, can find it challenging to paint a smile on their faces and be polite with everyone. Try politely challenging it. Do not accept it and ask why they are being rude to you.
    22 answers · 1 week ago
  • If you made an effort & sent your sister who lives interstate.. a birthday card & small gift on her b’day in Jan & she just sent you a card?

    Best answer: There could be a hundred reasons for this. She might be broke. She might not know what to get you. She might be overwhelmed, or depressed, or... or... or.

    If you're going to make this an even exchange, don't bother. Gift giving isn't about what you get back. It's about showing you care.
    Best answer: There could be a hundred reasons for this. She might be broke. She might not know what to get you. She might be overwhelmed, or depressed, or... or... or.

    If you're going to make this an even exchange, don't bother. Gift giving isn't about what you get back. It's about showing you care.
    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • Best friends girl always includes herself in what was going to be a guys night, should I say something?

    I m good friends with both of them but this is getting annoying. Like tomorrow we re going to a Mets game we ve had planned for a week that she couldn t go to because she had to work. Well, today shes all "Guess what, I told them I can t work so I m going" Uh, wtf? Stuff like this happens all the time,... show more
    I m good friends with both of them but this is getting annoying. Like tomorrow we re going to a Mets game we ve had planned for a week that she couldn t go to because she had to work. Well, today shes all "Guess what, I told them I can t work so I m going" Uh, wtf? Stuff like this happens all the time, she ll say she doesn t want to hang out with him tonight, then I ll come over and she ll say "Actually I changed my mind, I m coming over" Its like shes jealous or something. Should I say something and risk pissing them off or leave well enough alone?
    21 answers · 7 days ago