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Do you always have to have the last word?
If you feel the need to reply then mayve you do
Not always, because sometimes when people are explaining things to me, I find out I am wrong. That has happened in my life and probably will happen again. Usually i will say " Thank you" and they will say " You are welcome" So, they have the last word, not me.
I thought you're welcome usually follows thankyou. when did appreciation get involved with competition.
Hi Michele: Great comment, this is how most of us learn- by finding out we are not always right. At least that is how it is for me. Thanks for stopping by and your comment, Kevin
It depends on the subject at hand and how the other person is responding; whether he/she is provokative.
No I don't but my partner thinks I do so maybe he's right! I'm a born listener but I do like to make things clear when I KNOW someone isn't right (on facts, not on opinions). Most of the time it's great to discuss and let people explain their views. Now there's an outlet on hubpages, so we can all have the last word, can't we?!
That can not happen always and should not happen. I give due respect to other's opinions as well.
Kevin......How sweet of you to ask. YES, I do....and I will appreciate if you do not reply to my comment. Thank you. Period, the end.................. smile.
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