I recently came back from Bangkok. I don't find the people there rude at all, but you are...
correct seemorebangkok, they do have very stereotypical ingrained attitudes about how a person looks or acts. The thing that I find most strange is the disparity between nice, civil behavior of the Thai people on the outside, and the sometimes mean and mannerless behavior they display elsewhere, like on the streets. I once related my first experience of how I was approached by a young street kid, not more than 13 years old, and he was nice but kept pestering me for a "good time". When I grabbed him out of anger and pushed him down, he reacted by grabbing my testicles and squeezing them vici
by H C Palting 4 years ago
Is rude behavior on the rise or is it more noticeable as we get older?
by peterxdunn 7 years ago
I recently came across an old African saying that perfectly illustrates the relationship between...religion: in this case Christianity, and imperialism. It goes something like this...When the white men first came to Africa they had the Bible and we had the land.Then the white men taught us how to...
by Harlan Colt 4 years ago
Is it rude to ask someone to explain a contradiction in their faith?There is a hubber who's forum is based on answering questions about her faith. I pointed out that an official church prophet says, " We are not Christians, not anything close to it," and yet all the followers walk...
by cdcom81 6 years ago
My new boss "adjusts" himself while talking to me. I find it rude, and What can I do?I've complained to HR, their answer was for me to get a chair for him to sit on.They would not talk to him. He is a bully. He follows me around the building, To make sure I am working I guess. He...
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