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Do you think it is acceptable to be late to commitments?
Of course there are always emergencies, but some people are always late to everything. Do you think that is okay?
I place a lot of importance on being on time. So I don't have much respect for people who are always late. To me it is disrespectful to the other people who did show up on time. Shows you don't value others' time.
No its not acceptable, if you make arrangements then you stick to them, its rude and impolite to be late (unless of emergencies)
as you can tell from my answer i'm always punctual
by Keeley Shea7 years ago
What is an acceptable punishment for an 8 year old who is disrespectful to his grandparents?What do you feel is an acceptable punishment or consequence for an 8 year old who is disrespectful to his grandparents?
by Moira Garcia Gallaga6 years ago
Are you always early, generally on time (plus or minus 10 minutes) or late to an event?
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