• Can I uninvite my friends to my boyfriend’s birthday party?

    Best answer: Depends on whether they're his friends too or not. If he wants them there and it's his day, no, if he doesn't mind either way, yes.
    Best answer: Depends on whether they're his friends too or not. If he wants them there and it's his day, no, if he doesn't mind either way, yes.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it acceptible to tell job you’re pregnant by email?

    If it’s a job where you do not see the managers often ,and only see them about once a month. Would it be acceptable to tell them though email and not in person?
    If it’s a job where you do not see the managers often ,and only see them about once a month. Would it be acceptable to tell them though email and not in person?
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • What should I do, be honest?

    The guy I've been dating and been friends with for 3 years, just moved many states away. He kept saying if he was staying we would be together, but also to look for jobs in the area he was moving to and we could live together. A few days after he got to his new place we had an unexpected good talk (but through... show more
    The guy I've been dating and been friends with for 3 years, just moved many states away. He kept saying if he was staying we would be together, but also to look for jobs in the area he was moving to and we could live together. A few days after he got to his new place we had an unexpected good talk (but through text) about what we both want, where we see this going, etc. He wants me to visit and eventually live there, and we'd make our relationship official. The next day he was supposed to call so we could plan the trip because I have to give work notice. That never happened, hes too caught up in being in his new city. He does call but it's more light convos. He mentioned needing to have a baby down there, that he wanted to pop one out asap. He didn't say with me or even hint. And up here he was extra careful because he didn't want to get me pregnant. So I'm upset. I know he cares about me but I cant help but feel like he might not be serious about us and my emotions are on a roller coaster. What would you do?
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • I called my former teacher from a private number numerous times and left 30 voice messages. Did she think I went crazy?

    Every time she answered, I would always hang up. When I left voice messages, they were about my memories with her. The last time I called, she picked up the phone on time and she said, "Stop it! I can call the police. And I'm ready to do that either tonight or tomorrow." Then she blocked private... show more
    Every time she answered, I would always hang up. When I left voice messages, they were about my memories with her. The last time I called, she picked up the phone on time and she said, "Stop it! I can call the police. And I'm ready to do that either tonight or tomorrow." Then she blocked private numbers from calling her.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does she know that I’m looking?

    Okay so I need honest advice about what this could mean. I have a neighbor that’s lived next door to me for almost a decade. She’s this attractive older woman (probably early 50s or so) that I’ve really never talked to. Anyway, I’ve had a huge crush on her since she’s moved next door. I check her out a lot when... show more
    Okay so I need honest advice about what this could mean. I have a neighbor that’s lived next door to me for almost a decade. She’s this attractive older woman (probably early 50s or so) that I’ve really never talked to. Anyway, I’ve had a huge crush on her since she’s moved next door. I check her out a lot when she’s outside and it’s just a surface attraction type thing. Anyway, sometimes I check her out as she’s getting home and I’m in my bedroom looking through the blinds. The other day as she was getting home she got out of her car and looked directly at the window I was at and gave a small type of wave. She was on her phone so I didn’t really react to it. Well she did the same thing yesterday as she was getting home, only she wasn’t on her phone this time. I think she can see me now so I honestly don’t know what to do. She just does a sort of wave and goes in her house. She isn’t acting weird or anything to imply she’s creeped out, so what could this mean. Could she know I’m checking her out? What do I do?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think my question was offensive?

    Best answer: Kind of a stupid question, as wedding rings are self explanatory. The rude part came when you asked if he was sure.
    Best answer: Kind of a stupid question, as wedding rings are self explanatory. The rude part came when you asked if he was sure.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it rude to write to someone who has blocked you on Facebook through another account?

    Best answer: It's not so much rude, as straight-up harassment. She has twice made clear that she does not want any more contact with you. Right or wrong, just or unjust, cruel or kind, that's her decision, which she is 100% entitled to make. By making clear that you do not respect her decision, and indeed that you... show more
    Best answer: It's not so much rude, as straight-up harassment. She has twice made clear that she does not want any more contact with you. Right or wrong, just or unjust, cruel or kind, that's her decision, which she is 100% entitled to make.

    By making clear that you do not respect her decision, and indeed that you take for granted she is in the wrong for not "wanting to make things right with you", you have convinced everyone who has read your question that she is doing the right thing by blocking you.
    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why did this extremely old man age 54?

    Use the toilet after he was meeting friends for coffee and had only had one cup then t went to the toilet
    Use the toilet after he was meeting friends for coffee and had only had one cup then t went to the toilet
    7 answers · 21 hours ago
  • How on earth can you get someone to stop picking fights with you?

    I'm in college (courses run through the summer) and there is one girl in particular who always tries to tease me every chance she gets. This has been going on all year and at first I just ignored her, but now I've started calling her out on her sh*t when she tries to start something. She'll do things... show more
    I'm in college (courses run through the summer) and there is one girl in particular who always tries to tease me every chance she gets. This has been going on all year and at first I just ignored her, but now I've started calling her out on her sh*t when she tries to start something. She'll do things like push me against a wall when I walk by, or she'll try to humiliate me when I answer a question in class. I never start anything to anger her, but I have started to fight back but she seems to enjoy this even more and I don't know what to do. One of our professors has pulled us aside during the end of exam week and told us that we both need to figure out how to change our behavior or there will be trouble in the future if our outbursts continue to disrupt class. She mostly likes to make fun of me because she thinks I'm a perfectionist and that it's fun to make me angry. Where she has a trashy attitude with no respect. I just don't know how to get along with a person like this.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Would you write a check for a vacation condo?

    About 25 years ago, a friend did not pay me back a small amount of money. Now we are planning a vacation and I suggested that she can put down the deposit and I'll write her a check as I don't trust her to pay me back. She said;"ohyou can pay it and I'll pay you back,you know I'm good for... show more
    About 25 years ago, a friend did not pay me back a small amount of money. Now we are planning a vacation and I suggested that she can put down the deposit and I'll write her a check as I don't trust her to pay me back. She said;"ohyou can pay it and I'll pay you back,you know I'm good for it". I know that at all, but said nothing and don't feel comfortable with her owing me. Any suggestions?
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is she being mysterious?

    Best answer: There is no obligation to reveal all details about oneself and ultimately, this comes down to personal choice. Some people are not comfortable sharing any information about themselves, while others do so gradually over a period of time. People may select to share only certain aspects of themselves with others,... show more
    Best answer: There is no obligation to reveal all details about oneself and ultimately, this comes down to personal choice. Some people are not comfortable sharing any information about themselves, while others do so gradually over a period of time. People may select to share only certain aspects of themselves with others, depending on the relationship/connection between themselves and the other person. Perhaps your friend was hesitant in sharing this specific detail with you prior to now as she was not completely comfortable with you. In thinking about this friend, perhaps reflect on how much you have shared with her and chances are, you did not reveal everything up front.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do most like it when someone wishes them to "have a nice day" after a "small talk conversation"? why or why not?

    I really don't like it . it seems so plastic and fake. but I noticed that some people seem to look a bit like I insulted them after we have a please "small talk" and then I don't wish them a "have a good one" or "have a nice day"? example UPS driver dropped off a package today... show more
    I really don't like it . it seems so plastic and fake. but I noticed that some people seem to look a bit like I insulted them after we have a please "small talk" and then I don't wish them a "have a good one" or "have a nice day"? example UPS driver dropped off a package today while I was outside, did a bit of very quick friendly small talk with him, but didn't wish him a nice day, what he thought maybe? he was expecting it? why?
    7 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Is it disgusting to eat after friends?

    Best answer: When you two are with other people, you must consider the sensibilities of those other people. Obviously, those other people are uncomfortable with this sort of sharing. So when it's just the two of you, enjoy the intimacy of that kind of sharing, but when you're around other people then don't do that.... show more
    Best answer: When you two are with other people, you must consider the sensibilities of those other people. Obviously, those other people are uncomfortable with this sort of sharing. So when it's just the two of you, enjoy the intimacy of that kind of sharing, but when you're around other people then don't do that.

    This should be easy. There is all kinds of stuff that two people who are very close friends might do together in private -- but wouldn't do in public.
    19 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do some people make it an issue to eat loudly on purpose?

    The slurping, and smacking, and grunting. Don’t they know it’s rude and drives me nuts.
    The slurping, and smacking, and grunting. Don’t they know it’s rude and drives me nuts.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should you always send a thank you email?

    Best answer: The thank-you email is good. You should send it. In addition to showing gratitude for their trouble, it lets them know you got their response and have no further questions. You definitely should not expect a reply to a thank-you email. If you send someone a thank-you note in the mail, say for a gift, you... show more
    Best answer: The thank-you email is good. You should send it. In addition to showing gratitude for their trouble, it lets them know you got their response and have no further questions.

    You definitely should not expect a reply to a thank-you email. If you send someone a thank-you note in the mail, say for a gift, you don't expect a you're-welcome note in return. That'd be ridiculous. Where would it ever end? This is no different. The fact that they don't reply doesn't mean that they didn't appreciate the thank-you to let them know that the issue is closed and that the answer they provided was sufficient.

    In fact, if they're like me, they may have your original message still in their in-box, but when they get your thank-you email and so know there's no more action to be taken on that original message, they can move it out of their in-box and into an archive folder. The thank-you email basically lets them finally clear something on their to-do list, their list of things they have actively going on. That also means, if they're like me, they'll notice you didn't send a thank-you email and wonder about whether or not you're still going to follow up with more questions or if what they sent answered your question every time they see your original message in their in-box over a week or two weeks until they finally just go ahead and move it out on their own because you never followed up with another question. That means they're likely to remember you didn't thank them.

    Keep the thank you concise, though. Even just "Thanks!" is enough. Professors get enough email that they appreciate clear and to-the-point over verbosity every time.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • If I told the girl who rents from us that she has to move then told her she could stay then told her a month later she has to move, rude?

    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea... show more
    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea that Im going to ask her to leave. Is this fine? or would you be a bit upset? She is leaving in a week for summer and wont be able to physically be here to check out places but thats her problem right?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are there impolite , or aggressive ways of saying "excuse me." When someone is blocking your path?

    If someone is trying to walk past you , and you are in their way. Have you ever had someone say to you "Excuse me !" in a manner which was NOT POLITE at all …. And which could be the same as them just going on ahead and saying "MOVE!"?
    If someone is trying to walk past you , and you are in their way. Have you ever had someone say to you "Excuse me !" in a manner which was NOT POLITE at all …. And which could be the same as them just going on ahead and saying "MOVE!"?
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • What to do with my neighbors?

    Our family moved to a new apartment six months ago. During this six months, there has been an inkling feeling that the neighbors above us are actively following us around the apartment from above and listening our conversations. I have no evidence to prove this besides noticing patterns during these months. I... show more
    Our family moved to a new apartment six months ago. During this six months, there has been an inkling feeling that the neighbors above us are actively following us around the apartment from above and listening our conversations. I have no evidence to prove this besides noticing patterns during these months. I would walk to a particular part of the apartment, and I would hear footsteps above move toward my area. I would walk to another part of the apartment, and hear those same footsteps move in my directions. Those footsteps become especially noticeable when I am having a conversation. I even tried to go to my closet to talk on the phone, or go to the bathroom, and I could hear those footsteps above. There were even loud thuds that would shake the entire apartment from above on days talking occurred. These thuds would stop after I am done speaking, or done talking on the phone. I even believe that the police may have been contacted on us by our neighbors due to an incident where they were to loud for a family member. My family member grabbed a broom and hit the ceiling to let them know that they were too loud. The next afternoon, while we ordered Chinese and the delivery made it to our apartment, the police were right behind and going the the apartment above us. The behavior is getting invasive, and I cannot have a conversation or talk without potentially being followed by this person(or people above), or fear that authorities would be contacted with no explanation.
    9 answers · 3 days ago