I was raised by older parents who always taught "Please", "Thank you", "Yes sir", and "Yes Ma'am". They were strict on these things, also on calling adults by Mr or Mrs and their last names, even if told otherwise by the person it was still respectful. I am a woman who dates...
make me want to ***** slap the taste out of your mouths...some can be so rude and my patience is wearing thin. Whatever happened to just being able to say hi to someone and get a hi back without the rest of the crap that they are throwing at you
Quite frankly I had enough of teenagers on EP, children who think it is okay to call adults names who are trying to help others to the best of their ability.
But maybe the haters are the ones who need the real help....if they are the ones coming at adults like this then maybe...
Although I may have items on my profile that you may not like or agree with they are my experiences and thoughts.
In life I am always polite and curious to everyone independent of their status or financial position.
If you friend me then I will respect your boundaries and chat...
.... Maybe because people around me are also formal ...... my friends talk like me and they do not use slangs, but I find it funny when someone speaks slang with me and I do not understand, I ask them, and they say: You are not Brazilian? hahaha )))
I have always been polite. I'm polite online and offline. Some say I'm too nice and some get aggravated by my politeness but hey, this is who I am and I cannot break the cycle or my habit. This is the way I was taught and raised.
i remember how my parents enforced the ideas of manners onto me, they wasn't cruel, just annoying and very demanding lol. i also got alot of it, from impolite strict and cruel women in my primary school. I see myself as being very polite. perhaps almost to a fault, however there...
I say please and 'thank you' all the time. I greet everyone with handshake. I speak polite words because I'm used to speak formally. some people think I'm a cocky boy, but this is my way of speaking and expressing myself, hahaha
I feel awkward trying to make a solicitor go away, too guilty to say something rude or offensive to people-even in here- and sometimes my manner of talking seems so formal that establishing a casual tone is something to work on.
On a second thought, who am I trying to impress?
I was born and brought up in a conservative, deeply religious family which had firm ideas of what a woman should or shouldn't do.
Although I don't have those views any longer, my fundamental speech and expression style has not changed. I find it immensely difficult to insult...
I work in a field that is filled with individuals with some sort of emotional problem.
I can't help but think if a lot of problems could have been avoided if someone was polite to an individual at a needed time.