7 comments on “Verbal Diarrhea Diaries: You’re Not

  1. I think that in this day of technology people are so use to giving unsolicited comments on what people post that it carries over into real time where they just spout whatever in on their mind. Then they have the nerve to get insulted if they are called on it. It goes back to the old saying, “If you have nothing nice to say then say nothing”, to which I might add “unless you want a verbal battle that I know you will lose.”

  2. Wow. I read in disbelief as I couldn’t imagine this actually taking place. I am sorry that he felt compelled to share his opinion so distastefully and hope that it didn’t mar what would have otherwise been a marvelous moment of genuine flattering by the lady.
    I think among the interesting things is that you noted he was “confused.” This is indicative of a lack of understanding that runs rampant among our societies. I’ve concluded at times, that kindness and thoughtfulness have to be explicitly taught. I’m inclined to believe that it seldom happens intuitively. And if it does, not for enough.
    Hats off to you for standing up for yourself and what you believe. Perhaps he’ll process it later and not make a similar mistake again! May your future commentaries be far less intrusive and much more rewarding.
    With Warmest Regards,
    ~Carla Michelle

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