Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Busuk, tapi perlu

Grow a Pair

More often than not, people would always say "no hard feelings" or "no offence" after saying something offensive. Seriously I think that’s bullcrap.

I mean think about it, does that phrase give you some license or freedom to say what u need to say? And expecting people not to get offended by it?

“Hey you look fat and ugly today, no hard feelings eh?”
Would you seriously think that the other person would say “hey, it’s alright, I know I’m fat and ugly”

WRONG! Well the person (if he/she is polite) would just smile politely and disregard the issue. However, that does not mean that, he/she is okay with it. I bet deep inside that person was cursing you like nobody’s business.

I do not know how to deal with this. I mean if you want to say hurtful things, just say it and please by all means drop the sugar coated “no hard feelings” or “no offence” crap. Plus do not try to make it better by saying “oh by the way, u look nice in that shirt” WTF? First you said I was ugly now u said I look good? Seriously you need to make up your mind.

In a nut shell: Grow a pair and say it directly without any sugar coating. (especially to me)