Posted by UndinePosted by Easha23000usPosted by UndinePosted by AbbyNormalPosted by UndinePosted by AbbyNormalPosted by Undine
Also, I don't know how it's in the US, but here everyone starts a conversation with "how was your day", ""how is it going" "how are you doing".
It's just a polite way as speaking, lol.
But the actual polite part is listening to the answer of the asked question. Maybe I’m crazy?
It's not really a question that demands a rambling for an answer...The polite reply is: "My day has been fine. How is yours?"
Agree to disagree, I guess. When I ask a question, I genuinely care.
We don't disagree. I'm sure you care. If the other person also cares though, they should enquire about you before starting rambling about themselves (and getting their knickers in a twist when interrupted, lol).
Ummm No. If a person ask me about my day, have enough respect to hear it out...Don'tcha think?
If you have respect for anyone calling you, have a conversation with them, not a monologue.
He didn't talk over you, he asked you a question with a "yes or no" answer. It would have taken you two seconds to answer before finishing your story.click to expand