• Was this the best move?

    Best answer: It's the right thing to do to keep good mental health. We can't change others we can only be aware of how we respond and letting it go is the best way.
    Best answer: It's the right thing to do to keep good mental health. We can't change others we can only be aware of how we respond and letting it go is the best way.
    7 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Was the mover rude to ask for a tip?

    I used a mover to help move furniture out of my apartment then he held his hand out and asked me if I am going to give him a tip. He put me on the spot too! Although I already prepaid ahead of time on the credit card, he kept bugging me to get a tip. I didn’t know what to do and just told him I will catch him next... show more
    I used a mover to help move furniture out of my apartment then he held his hand out and asked me if I am going to give him a tip. He put me on the spot too! Although I already prepaid ahead of time on the credit card, he kept bugging me to get a tip. I didn’t know what to do and just told him I will catch him next time. Then he shook his head. Was he being rude?
    17 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Is missing a funeral disrespectful?

    My stepdads funeral is coming up in North Carolina but I dont live out there anymore and the only way I can get there is catching a plane. I'm over $100 short for a round trip ticket. My next paycheck isn't until a week from now. Should I tell my family I can't make it or what can I do? Any advice... show more
    My stepdads funeral is coming up in North Carolina but I dont live out there anymore and the only way I can get there is catching a plane. I'm over $100 short for a round trip ticket. My next paycheck isn't until a week from now. Should I tell my family I can't make it or what can I do? Any advice helps. Thanks. God bless.
    14 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Is this rude behavior for an 8 year old?

    And eight year old tells his mothers friends they should pay for him and his mothers dinner when they go out to eat is this rude?
    And eight year old tells his mothers friends they should pay for him and his mothers dinner when they go out to eat is this rude?
    12 answers · 5 hours ago
  • My professor called me inconsiderate?

    Alright so my coordinator at the university's disability office sent an email to my professor saying I was being inconsiderate for requesting that he look for an take-home exam, as an email attachment for a course which he gave me an F because I didn't submit it before the deadline. She also said that she... show more
    Alright so my coordinator at the university's disability office sent an email to my professor saying I was being inconsiderate for requesting that he look for an take-home exam, as an email attachment for a course which he gave me an F because I didn't submit it before the deadline. She also said that she cannot 'force' him, which was not what I had intended. He had said he didn't see the email because of how fast things roll down the screen, and then said he would submit a grade appeal. But I'm convinced that he was just saying that because he was angry only to rant at me when the day he suggested comes. And my coordinator said that there are these things called "rules" for everybody to follow. I may be misreading her facial expressions and mannerisms but that day she came up to me three times when I had an appointment with someone else and said "Do you have an appointment with me?" when I didn't. I do have some mental illnesses, but that doesn't exonerate what I had done. And sorries always worsen the situation I believe I have started a process of deteriorating relationships with other people. Sorry for being a waste of your time
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to make a kid behave?

    My six year old started telling everyone at my work potluck that he wanted "fellatio and nothing else" for dinner. They were mortified, and some people thought it was hilarious. Why won't he quit saying this? I never even talk about that stuff with the kid.
    My six year old started telling everyone at my work potluck that he wanted "fellatio and nothing else" for dinner. They were mortified, and some people thought it was hilarious. Why won't he quit saying this? I never even talk about that stuff with the kid.
    10 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Is it wrong to stay home from a funeral?

    nobody died but i'm dreading the next time i have to go to one especially if it's my gran's. last time it was my grandpa and it really fvcked me up emotionally and i don't wanna be around anyone when i'm in that kind of mental state.
    nobody died but i'm dreading the next time i have to go to one especially if it's my gran's. last time it was my grandpa and it really fvcked me up emotionally and i don't wanna be around anyone when i'm in that kind of mental state.
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I discourage someone from from bringing their usual girlfriend to an upcoming dinner party?

    My partner and I regularly throw/attend dinner parties amongst our peers who are wildly regarded as culturally and intellectually sophisticated. Most of the people who attend our dinner parties have impressive jobs, interesting hobbies, are cultivated and well traveled. However, one of our dear friends has now... show more
    My partner and I regularly throw/attend dinner parties amongst our peers who are wildly regarded as culturally and intellectually sophisticated. Most of the people who attend our dinner parties have impressive jobs, interesting hobbies, are cultivated and well traveled. However, one of our dear friends has now got a girlfriend who is a bit dim. Last time we had a little get together, she started talking about how she likes the books of Ayn Rand. Everyone else was so embarrassed and I was blushing so hard I could feel it. This woman is obviously an idiot and we're thinking of throwing a dinner party next month and her boyfriend is funny and smart, but if she comes with him, we'd rather not invite him. Can we invite him but tell him his girlfriend is not welcome because she is an idiot who likes Ayn Rand? Also she is an Australian.
    23 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why are people so sensitive anymore?

    Best answer: People aren't sensitive. Endearments, pet names and the like are inappropriate in the work place. Touching someone without their consent isn't appropriate either. If you want to thank a veteran for their service try Thank you for your service Sir/Ma'am, not thanks buddy and don't touch them.
    Best answer: People aren't sensitive. Endearments, pet names and the like are inappropriate in the work place. Touching someone without their consent isn't appropriate either. If you want to thank a veteran for their service try Thank you for your service Sir/Ma'am, not thanks buddy and don't touch them.
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I report this senile old man as a drunk driver?

    Every day this weird strange old man drives around the neighborhood. He drives 25mph on streets with 55mph posted limit and often swerves off the road if you get close to him. He also drives by where I work out very slowly then U-turns and drives by slowly again. He also stops his car in the middle of the road... show more
    Every day this weird strange old man drives around the neighborhood. He drives 25mph on streets with 55mph posted limit and often swerves off the road if you get close to him. He also drives by where I work out very slowly then U-turns and drives by slowly again. He also stops his car in the middle of the road whenever I drive by which is freaking me out. So should I report this elderly freak as a drunk so the cops will do something about this crazy guy?????
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to stop a guy from messaging me?

    Best answer: Well, acknowledge the fact that HE'S being rude by non-stop texting you like this. So I wouldn't be so afraid of being rude to him. Maybe try spelling it out for him "Hey, I'm not interested in you so please stop texting me all the time like this", or "if you don't knock it off... show more
    Best answer: Well, acknowledge the fact that HE'S being rude by non-stop texting you like this. So I wouldn't be so afraid of being rude to him. Maybe try spelling it out for him "Hey, I'm not interested in you so please stop texting me all the time like this", or "if you don't knock it off I'm going to block you!" or "You know you're being rude by blowing up my phone like this when I don't answer back" If he says something like "Well, I just like you so much" you say "Well, when you like someone you respect their boundaries and take 'no' for an answer." Or just block him. Whatever you think is best.
    I'm not sure if he'd keep doing this forever without a response from you. But at least in part, the behavior's continuing because you're allowing it.
    22 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do you tip at Starbucks?

    Best answer: No, because their job is not one for which tipping is traditional. I will follow the traditional tipping system as long as it is in place, but our eventual goal should be to replace the system, not expand it.
    Best answer: No, because their job is not one for which tipping is traditional. I will follow the traditional tipping system as long as it is in place, but our eventual goal should be to replace the system, not expand it.
    21 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do some people talk to you when you are not even listening to them?

    Best answer: They're really talking at you, not to you.
    Best answer: They're really talking at you, not to you.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is “fat” an insult?

    Best answer: cause noone wants to hear that theyre carrying around too much weight
    Best answer: cause noone wants to hear that theyre carrying around too much weight
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • When an aquaintance or colleague assumes you are older than you are, what to say?

    Best answer: Don't say anything; she was probably already kicking herself for the gaffe, and the least said soonest mended. But you don't say how she came to tell you her guess in the first place. If you asked her how old she thought you were, or in any way encouraged the conversation down that route. I'm afraid... show more
    Best answer: Don't say anything; she was probably already kicking herself for the gaffe, and the least said soonest mended.

    But you don't say how she came to tell you her guess in the first place. If you asked her how old she thought you were, or in any way encouraged the conversation down that route. I'm afraid you got what you deserved: "Go on, guess how old I am!" is the kind of game that routinely ends badly, and one of the (many) advantages of being over 40 ought to be knowing not to play it.

    If she, out of the blue, just blurted out "You must be 50 or so" without any encouragement from you; why, she is clearly just a tactless, foolish young thing who we must hope will learn better manners when she grows up. Graciously pass over the silly child's misstep in silence. See what I mean about the advantages of maturity? Being over 40 is nothing to be ashamed about, so don't be.
    10 answers · 3 days ago