• Does it cost you anything to be nice?

    50 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you feel obligated to help others?

    Best answer: Yes I do...there are some people in this world who are less fortunate than myself...
    Best answer: Yes I do...there are some people in this world who are less fortunate than myself...
    39 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are you a nasty person?

    28 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it rude to write this on someone's yearbook?

    Best answer: No, that isn't rude, she's just saying that she hopes you experience enough things in life in order to answer your many questions.
    Best answer: No, that isn't rude, she's just saying that she hopes you experience enough things in life in order to answer your many questions.
    13 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Why do sales people always ask "do you need help with anything" when all I want to do is browse myself?

    Best answer: They could be on commission. And if they are not - they’ll get reamed out by their boss for not saying anything to you when you go in their. A store exists to make money. When you go in there you should expect them to want to increase their sales. Just nicely say that you are just looking and leave it at that.
    Best answer: They could be on commission. And if they are not - they’ll get reamed out by their boss for not saying anything to you when you go in their. A store exists to make money. When you go in there you should expect them to want to increase their sales. Just nicely say that you are just looking and leave it at that.
    11 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Where is a place where there are no filipinos?

    Or at least the fewest? I don't want to be around them.
    Or at least the fewest? I don't want to be around them.
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you take “buddy” and “sweetheart”as offensive?

    Best answer: Don't let the lunatic fringe ruin your day or your conversation.
    Best answer: Don't let the lunatic fringe ruin your day or your conversation.
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • When is it okay to call someone out on their behavior or the behavior of their kids?

    I was at Walmart the other day and the check out line was as crowded as you'd expect it to be 8 days before Xmas. There was this girl who looked like she was 13 or 14 who turned around and started doing cheerleader kicks, causing the lady behind her to back up to avoid getting her shopping cart kicked. A man... show more
    I was at Walmart the other day and the check out line was as crowded as you'd expect it to be 8 days before Xmas. There was this girl who looked like she was 13 or 14 who turned around and started doing cheerleader kicks, causing the lady behind her to back up to avoid getting her shopping cart kicked. A man behind the lady who backed up called to the girl's mother and said, "Hey lady, when did you decide that teaching your daughter how to behave in public wasn't worth the effort any more?" I thought "Way to go mister". Well the mother told him it was none of his business and told him to do something to himself which I'm pretty sure is anatomically impossible. He said, "My bad. I should have asked YOUR mother when it SHE decided teaching YOU how to behave in public wasn't wo rth the effort any more." Okay, tempers are short in check out lines at Walmart a week before Christmas. Maybe if it wasn't so crowded and people weren't so stressed out they would have been more patient. But it WAS his business and the business of everyone else in line who had to back up so this girl could kick her legs for no apparent reason than she was bored. Should everyone else just ignore bad behavior and if not what is a good rule of thumb for a line that has to be crossed before calling someone out on their kids' or their behavior?
    9 answers · 15 hours ago
  • If you feel a waiter is being creepy...??

    Do you still tip them? Is it okay to not tip them? I went out with my friends tonight and the waiter sat down at our table (while we were waiting for our other friend to show up) and started talking to us and ended up touching the water he brought out for our friend who was coming later (like putting a straw in it... show more
    Do you still tip them? Is it okay to not tip them? I went out with my friends tonight and the waiter sat down at our table (while we were waiting for our other friend to show up) and started talking to us and ended up touching the water he brought out for our friend who was coming later (like putting a straw in it and squeezing and putting the lemon in it.) but when she did come in, he did get rid of that water. However, we still thought he was acting very unprofessional. On top of this, he was hitting on the friend who came in late. He didn’t say anything that was considered vulgar but we were uncomfortable. But he did get our food right. At the time, we were trying to get out early because we felt uncomfortable and I never left a tip. My one friend gave him a dollar and my two other friends didn’t give him anything either. In the moment I wasn’t thinking too much of it, but right now I feel bad. I have never in my life not tipped a waiter/waitress.and I especially feel bad because he did not mess up our orders. He was just creepy and made us uncomfortable to the point where we wanted to leave early. I still feel really bad. I should have at least given him something. I don’t really know if I even really have question here I guess I’m just asking for what your thoughts are on this and I just wanted to let it all out because I feel bad about it
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • If you're staying with someone as a guest (distant relatives, boyfriends family etc) is it acceptable to have a shower without asking them.?

    And is it okay to help yourself to water from their kitchen or to make yourself a snack? Surely they won't expect you to starve and be dirty during the stay?
    And is it okay to help yourself to water from their kitchen or to make yourself a snack? Surely they won't expect you to starve and be dirty during the stay?
    22 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do Americans break normal polite table etiquette when eating? Americans use the fork in the right hand instead of the left.?

    Best answer: What is considered polite varies by culture and country
    Best answer: What is considered polite varies by culture and country
    28 answers · 4 days ago
  • Tipping waiters/waitresses?

    How many of you tip more than your supposed to out of generosity. I usually tip $100 or more just cause I know how much work and stuff they have to deal with.
    How many of you tip more than your supposed to out of generosity. I usually tip $100 or more just cause I know how much work and stuff they have to deal with.
    6 answers · 3 hours ago
  • Why was the security at the store stalking me when I wasn't doing anything?

    I noticed this twice. Yesterday it looked like an 'undercover' security was following me around, he wore a black hat and polo shirt and seemed like he was on a bluetooth device and was watching and following me. I have NO idea what I could have done wrong since i was hardly even in there. I was doing... show more
    I noticed this twice. Yesterday it looked like an 'undercover' security was following me around, he wore a black hat and polo shirt and seemed like he was on a bluetooth device and was watching and following me. I have NO idea what I could have done wrong since i was hardly even in there. I was doing nothing wrong and literally minding my own business and i simply just walked in the store and noticed him. I'm a GIRL btw. Today at a different store, i noticed a similar situation. I was not doing anything and simply JUST walked in and like 2 minutes shortly after I saw a security walk over to look at me. I felt very insulted and uncomfortable. I left shortly after on both occasions. I'm no threat and never stole anything. Why is this happening? I NEVER did anything wrong. I wonder if its because of the way I dress or something? I'm a girl so what can I be doing wrong? They did not follow me out or check my bags or talk to me so I wonder what was this all about? I'm a good customer and always pay for my stuff. So i wonder WTF was I being treated this way? Help?
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are Parisians rude or just blunt ? I couldn't tell?

    I can speak both English and French because I had lived in Quebec for a few years. Anyways this past summer I traveled to Paris for the first time and I noticed how different the people act around here. When I came in to the hotel there was a Frenchman in front of me trying to check in , however the credit card... show more
    I can speak both English and French because I had lived in Quebec for a few years. Anyways this past summer I traveled to Paris for the first time and I noticed how different the people act around here. When I came in to the hotel there was a Frenchman in front of me trying to check in , however the credit card machine was down and thus he could not pay with his card. The clerk said "My sincerest apology sir, the credit card machine is down", the Frenchman sarcastically replied "Oh no worries I'm very aware of all the hardships around here". I just chuckled and did not think too much of it. The next day I went into a cafe to buy lunch and the French lady waiting for her food impatiently said "do you want me to come for my food tomorrow?" to which the worker said "Oh no of course not im sorry i will hurry up with your food" and the lady said "then hurry up i don't have all day". I was fairly certain she was just being rude to the worker.. however everyone in the cafe who heard it didn't even act as if anything out of the ordinary had just occurred. Are french people just blunt or rude?
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • If you saw someone steal from a store would you tell someone. This person is an African male who may bash you?

    Best answer: The race wouldn't matter to me, but I would call the police after the person had left.

    That way, they could find the person but without endangering me.
    Best answer: The race wouldn't matter to me, but I would call the police after the person had left.

    That way, they could find the person but without endangering me.
    10 answers · 2 days ago