Do you inadvertantly send rude emails/messages? (+2)
says Will_Janitor on Sep 5th 17 (#814088)
I agree that it is difficult sometimes to properly interpret someone's words without the benefit of facial expressions or body language. However, I've also discovered that sometimes, no matter how nicely something is written, the person on the other end is offended because they're looking for the worst interpretation, not the nicest.
says Linnster on Sep 5th 17 (#2648279)
That's true. It works both ways. :)
says Will_Janitor on Sep 5th 17 (#2648282)
People read e mail's/messages and make it what they think it means. I notice on here (Including myself) that people don't ask clarification on comments and automatically assume the worse. By the time either realizes it's a miscommunication it's too late.
says SynysterGates on Sep 5th 17 (#2648283)
Some people never know when I'm being serious or just joking around.... and I try not to hurt anyone's feelings, but without seeing one's face, things do get taken out of context.
says StarzAbove on Sep 5th 17 (#2648289)
Not often, but I have been misinterpreted a time or two along the way.
says JanHaskell on Sep 5th 17 (#2648302)
I guess... "Shove it down your pie hole", could be misinterpreted..
says DandyDon on Sep 6th 17 (#2648409)
I do it on purpose. I send them to my mother mostly.
says Visigothicreign on Sep 6th 17 (#2648461)
That's what I do, as well. Has she said anything about my messages yet?
says ZonkeyBalls on Sep 6th 17 (#2648527)
Oh is there a mother's network?
says OzSurfer on Sep 6th 17 (#2648546)
says OzSurfer on Sep 6th 17 (#2648545)
says Sukiesnow on Sep 6th 17 (#2648493)
Subject: "Congratulations, you are a ** **."
says ZonkeyBalls on Sep 6th 17 (#2648528)
Only to my boss... I keep all the nice ones for people on here :)
says OzSurfer on Sep 6th 17 (#2648544)