What kind of person are you? a. Think before you speak b. Speak before you think What do you think is better and why?
OHHHH NOOOOO ! If you have to ask , then the answer will elude you ! lol......thats todays modern cultures biggest problem , remember that old saying ,"listen 90 % and talk 10% of the time ? It worked .........I swear some people just don't know how to" put a cork in it "
Ain't that the truth. Especially the younger generation. They just don't know when to shut the hell up.
I agree with you ahorseback.. Listening is very difficult when compared to talking.. Talking and talking,sometimes people even forget what were they supposed to talk.. Thanks..
My replies are always carefully considered, so I end up with less to say, but at least I make a useful contribution to the conversation, rather than just going on and on about nothing. Yeah..I'm listening.
Many times I never think before speaking and later regret about it but now after regretting many times I started to think or just stay quiet.
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