Today’s matchup features two of the most frustrating in-person communication pet peeves—chatty morning people and people who stand a little too close when talking.
Your Monday madness:
I don't know either type. I actually wouldn't mind someone dropping by my office for something other than what IT work they want me to do. It would have made my previous job less dull and clinical. Glad I left!
beware of anyone who gossips about other people they will talk about you,words can really hurt,knowing this I hate to hear gossip,plus GOD speaks of the unruley tongue.
I feel like a morning busybody can be tuned out/ignored. But the close talker is RIGHT THERE.
Happy First Day of Spring!
"I swore I'd never live in the Midwest (after college) because winter seemed to be easily 5-1/2 to 6 months long. I came out here kicking and screaming in 1975. But times have changed. Winter no longer drags on well into April, and September and October have become t-shirt-wearing weather."
Well, that was pointed.
"Only a woman would be expected to write an email so passive. A better, more direct email would be<br>Hi, Fred. We have the assignment due Thursday. How's your part of it going? <br>Don't use the word "just" as in "just checking in.""
Me, every Monday:
"The print shop in the company where we used to work had a wonderful sign: Your lack of planning does not become our emergency."
Spelling makes everything possible!
"My favorite Audrey Hepburn quote: "Make-up can only make you look pretty on the outside but it doesn't help if you're ugly on the inside. Unless you eat the make-up.""