I say thank you and you’re all, “” Yeah no thanks, if I wanted to have some guy compliment me only to be like "Oh okay, actin' all cocky and shit...
fuck you bitch you're not even cute anyway," I'd literally walk down the fucking street. Also don’t get me started on “” Yes I am a girl, thanks for noticing, Stevie Wonder. Unless you’re an actual rapper or Ryan Gosling, you cannot pull this off.
I know, this post is a bit outside all the Valentine themes we’ve been focusing on, but I’ve been working on this doozy of a post for weeks now, and I couldn’t wait to share it.
I want to start by saying that this topic is the one that scared me the most.
Don’t: Start your message with “hey beautiful,” “hey sexy,” or even worse, “hey girl.” I think most girls would agree with me that having someone I don’t know call me beautiful makes me gag more than…well, my own finger. The way to a betch’s heart is not through her gag reflex.
(Yes, I know how that sounded but I stand by my previous statement.) What’s your end game?
Look up League of Legends ranks, the now playing song on Spotify/Last.fm, the weather, and a lot more using variables.
Navigating social media was just another chance to form bonds with people by being respectful, helpful, engaging and authentic.But then I sat down and thought about the core issue here — how to talk to people in different social settings — and it hit me.This is no different than talking to people in different real-life situations.The above content is provided for entertainment and information purposes only. All information included herein is subject to change without notice.Samsung is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages, arising from or related to use or reliance of the content herein.Social media etiquette is the most requested theme I’ve gotten so far but the one I wanted to discuss the least.