As a person who is considered to be sensitive, I always thought people who were meaner as in ruder, more aggressive, more insensitive and more strongly opinionated are more well-respected? I always wondered also to be people who are generally more selfish and mean, ever really regret their behavior towards others or are they all-around strong meaning since they are insensitive they do not care if others are mean to them? I honestly sort of admire people the typically "meaner" people.
by rickzimmerman6 years ago
What annoys you most day-to-day?Bad drivers? Rude people? Politics? Ringtones? Loud music? Weather?
by Arthur Windermere6 years ago
Are people less polite in discussions on the internet?I've heard many people say arguments on the internet are fruitless and demoralizing, and many 'experts' claim that the internet allows us to be rude without the...
by Mahaveer Sanglikar5 years ago
If God is Almighty, Omnipotent, All knowing etc.etc, why he do not stop the bad things his children are doing (especially in his name) and the bad things happening with his children?
by PeterStip3 years ago
Why are people so aggressive and rude on the internet?On youtube, forums and many social sites people leave comments in a quite aggressive tone. Why do people behave in a different way on the internet than in real life...
by Sean Pollard4 months ago
How to deal with Boss who is rude and arrogant?My Boss is rude and I feel like slapping him. I have no choice other than working their only because of many reasons. Any suggestion and experience on how to deal with such...
by phion6 months ago
As my wife and I struggle to put enough money away to buy a home and plan for having a child, I'm left wondering why others don't have to be responsible for their own lives. I was at Sam's Club the other day, and was in...
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