I was inspired to share this question from a recent Mensa Bulletin article asking members just that question. The published replies were revealing, inspiring and, occasionally, humorous - and each, so individual....
How fine-tuned are our standards of honesty? Are there 'big' and 'small' dishonest acts?
There are various ways to deal with that which are more civilized, or humorous, or just plain mean. Is there a better way?
Is it 'real love'? Is it extreme possessiveness? Is it pitiable insecurity?
If the deed is done, using your exact words under the person's by-line and much later he asks you what you think, what DO you think - or say - or do? Call him on it? Shame him? Report it? Ask it to be removed? Feel...
Is your personal style to get dressed for the day right away or sometimes lounge around in your PJs?
Is it your personal choice or determined by your work? Either way, how does it make you feel to be ''up and at'm" vs. laid-back and unstructured by your own choice?
What value do you think asking questions here has? Do you think that mundane questions or mundane answers are the more mundane? ;-)
you, m'dear! ?? Nellieanna