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May 24, 2007

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Jeff

In parts of the Middle East, it's more polite to say you'll go somewhere and not show up then to say you're not going.

Lady

I wanted to go to Ocktoberfest, you were the only one that didn't so you lied again in your story... Plus you did use me as the excuse, shame on you!

spigner

Completely true and I have no problem offending people, but disapointing someone bothers me. Plus people nowa days make you feel bad so not giving them what they want. There is always a guilt trip if they are disapointed. It is just as much the other persons fault for the way they act that, in turn, makes us cower away in our lies. Fuck 'em. I'm just going to be brutally honest.

spigner

Completely true and I have no problem offending people, but disapointing someone bothers me. Plus people nowa days make you feel bad so not giving them what they want. There is always a guilt trip if they are disapointed. It is just as much the other persons fault for the way they act that, in turn, makes us cower away in our lies. Fuck 'em. I'm just going to be brutally honest.

nik vesa

I fully agree with all that was said in this post. One of the biggest deal breakers for me has always been the blatant lie in order to get out of doing something; or worse yet, putting the person on up until the last minute. I was hammered at a bar the other day and read a quote that I think is appropriate for avoiding awkward siutations such as the aformentioned: "If you always tell the truth, you never have to remember anything". How true.

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