That‚Äôs what I‚Äôm talking about. You wanna know what I‚Äôm about to talk about? Not saying, “that‚Äôs what I‚Äôm talking about”. I was at a restaurant the other day with some friends and there were multiple football games playing all at the same time. There are positives and some negatives that go on at a place like this.
Look‚Ä¶ there is a certain etiquette that one must have while walking in public. Don‚Äôt spit on someone‚Äôs shoe, don‚Äôt go on a crop dusting spree, and, most importantly, DO NOT bump into someone without acknowledging what you‚Äôve just done! This is probably the most unforgivable offense that you can pull off in the streets. I‚Äôm talking about the streets, not the ‚Äústreets,‚Äù ok?!
There are certain phrases that sound like you are being very respectful when, in all actuality, they are very rude and meant to be insulting. You know which ones they are because you have used them on a number of occasions. I don‚Äôt know who the first person was who coined the phrase ‚Äúno offense,‚Äù but he/she was a jerk. In essence, when you premise a statement by saying ‚Äúno offense,‚Äù you are preparing that person to be insulted right then and there.
There is a game, well known in certain circles, called Ding-Dong-Ditch. It is, perhaps, the most invigorating game one can play at night time. There are some rules and methods to this game that can be learned while playing, or while reading them in this article. Warning: THIS GAME IS VERY ADDICTING!