Relationships in General: Being Polite

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Relationships in General: Being Polite

Postby trubadour » 12 Jun 2012, 23:43

I'm concious that I am sometimes to be found in contravention of normal accepted behaviour.

I found http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Polite

My contention is that being polite is what makes people miserable boring fucks to be around.

E.g. laughing loudly indicates either insecurity or arrogance. This makes me bored and makes others fearful judgemental cunts.

We know what is polite - can't we just live a little?
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Re: Relationships in General: Being Polite

Postby BigJohn » 13 Jun 2012, 00:27

trubadour wrote:I'm concious that I am sometimes to be found in contravention of normal accepted behaviour.

I found http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Polite

My contention is that being polite is what makes people miserable boring fucks to be around.

E.g. laughing loudly indicates either insecurity or arrogance. This makes me bored and makes others fearful judgemental cunts.

We know what is polite - can't we just live a little?


I agree! It's very useful for the overall experience to use dirty words during sex, for example. It's also important to make fun of your friends in an embarrassing way, especially when they (you) are drunk. :)
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