14 thoughts on “Example of what not to do.

  1. Yes indeed….(And now I have Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Oh Well’ in my head- many thanks for starting that good memory).

    PS: Whereas I agree, it’s something I personally am hopeless at

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  2. I prefer the term Filter! I guess your opinions about life, the universe and everything is one way to start a conversation. You just have to deal with others opinions might be different to yours. Neither is more right or wrong, just different.

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  3. This is so true of all people: they ask for an opinion, then get mad when they don’t like it.

    HOWEVER, that kind of passive-aggressive bullshit is done by both genders, not just women. So I like the saying you posted, I just don’t like your title. So I gave you a “like” anyways since the quote is the most important of the two 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome and thank you for posting that great quote. Maybe it will also wake up some people who need it 🙂 I got called out on doing that too a couple of times, oops! So I try hard to not repeat that mistake 🙂

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          1. I have a collection of quotes, called a commmonplace book, that I’ve been adding to for almost 50 years. I’ve discovered that quotes mean different things to you at different times in your life, dependent upon on your experiences etc., that we’ve had so far, I believe. Or perhaps we become more willing to look at ourselves more sincerely the older we get. I would like to re-post your quote in my other WordPress blog for my commonplace book because it is a reminder to me to try hard to not jump on people when they have given me their honest opinion about something. My failure in that is my failure, not theirs for being honest. I will, of course, put a link to your blog and accredit you and your blog as to where I found that great quote 😀

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