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2:33 AM
Sure @BFG95. So I would ask things like: — Oscar 1 min ago
#16684 Oscar (14 rep) | Q: How to deal with my girlfriend closing up when we have a problem? (score: 2) | posted 20 hours ago by Oscar (14 rep) | Toxicity 0.08095649 | edited 14 hours ago by TheRealLester (3895 rep)
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Thank you very much @Ilia L — Oscar 55 secs ago
#16687 Oscar (14 rep) | A: How to deal with my girlfriend closing up when we have a problem? (score: 2) | posted 19 hours ago by Ilia L (642 rep) | Toxicity 0.16892774 | edited 17 hours ago by Chilly (869 rep)
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Thanks so much, very helpful @Daniel — Oscar 37 secs ago
#16689 Oscar (14 rep) | A: How to deal with my girlfriend closing up when we have a problem? (score: 1) | posted 18 hours ago by Daniel (5471 rep) | Toxicity 0.002952011
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Sure @BFG95. So I would ask things like: - "Do you not feel comfortable telling me when you are mad?" - "Why is it that you won't tell me or show me that you're angry/annoyed with something I do until it truly upsets you and then we start arguing?" - "Why don't you like sharing your feelings with me?" - She would normally respond "I don't know" or "I don't know what you want me to say" to these type of questions. I thought that maybe it was me not asking the questions correctly and that's why she couldn't understand. OR that she actually doesn't feel comfortable discussing that w/me. — Oscar 31 secs ago
#16684 Oscar (14 rep) | Q: How to deal with my girlfriend closing up when we have a problem? (score: 2) | posted 21 hours ago by Oscar (14 rep) | Toxicity 0.46095464 | edited 14 hours ago by TheRealLester (3895 rep)
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3:58 AM
+1 Sometimes the answer to "how do I IPS this?" genuinely is "you don't IPS this, this cannot be IPSed - you rely on the system instead". Nothing the OP can say or do will change these peoples' minds, the best she can hope for is for HR to put a stop to it. Even then that will only stop them during working hours, when the day ends they'll be free to make their jokes elsewhere. — Pharap 27 secs ago
#16667 Pharap (617 rep) | A: How can I try to get my coworkers to stop their jokes on LGBTQ+ people (score: -1) | posted 29 hours ago by ggiaquin16 (2250 rep) | Toxicity 0.16215578 | edited 29 hours ago by ggiaquin16 (2250 rep)
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4:29 AM
Yeah, logic is not a strong point of the kid. Doesn't respond to explanations that do not suit him. generally ignores and bothers me anyways. — sunsun 46 secs ago
#16705 sunsun (24 rep) | Q: I slapped my 8 year old cousin. What was a better way to handle the situation? (score: 4) | posted 10 hours ago by sunsun (24 rep) | Toxicity 0.16376467 | edited 9 hours ago by TheRealLester (3905 rep)
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5:35 AM
Damn... Kinda nailed it. I know it's a little late, but welcome to the site. I look forward to reading your answers in the future. +1 — apaul 1 min ago
#16527 apaul (40792 rep) | A: Talking to boyfriend about his close female friends (score: 6) | posted 4 days ago by R K (362 rep) | Toxicity 0.34979433 | edited 15 minutes ago by R K (362 rep)
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5:57 AM
@apaul I'm not uncomfortable with it, I think the joke from the video was not about people being non-binary, it was his utter disbelief that someone would call him a man based on his appearance. I understand the some people are dealing with a serious "mal-être" (not sure how it translates) which comes from the only two labels male and female and have thus define others. I just don't agree when someone gets on his high morale horse to preach others about something that came recently came out. In France, the vast majority of people did not know about non-binary genders. — solalito 1 min ago
#16634 solalito (101 rep) | A: How can I try to get my coworkers to stop their jokes on LGBTQ+ people (score: 30) | posted 39 hours ago by apaul (40792 rep) | Toxicity 0.2499109 | edited 30 hours ago by apaul (40792 rep)
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6:13 AM
@apaul I can agree with your choice to delete my reply, no harm done, as far as I'm concerned, that's good moderating. I was replying to your slight relinquishment of your own responsibility there when you said "Might be a good idea to be aware of that". — Ghoti and Chips 1 min ago
#16634 Ghoti and Chips (101 rep) | A: How can I try to get my coworkers to stop their jokes on LGBTQ+ people (score: 30) | posted 39 hours ago by apaul (40792 rep) | Toxicity 0.068259135 | edited 30 hours ago by apaul (40792 rep)
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@apaul It worked a few times. — NVZ 18 secs ago
#16632 NVZ (8994 rep) | A: How can I try to get my coworkers to stop their jokes on LGBTQ+ people (score: 87) | posted 40 hours ago by whereswalden (581 rep) | Toxicity 0.1375129
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7:21 AM
+1 In the workplace, sometimes the answer to what seems like an IPS question is "use the system, get HR involved". Rules exist for a reason. — Pharap 28 secs ago
#16667 Pharap (617 rep) | A: How can I try to get my coworkers to stop their jokes on LGBTQ+ people (score: 0) | posted 33 hours ago by ggiaquin16 (2260 rep) | Toxicity 0.10052124 | edited 32 hours ago by ggiaquin16 (2260 rep)
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7:36 AM
I had a guy once, an acquaintance of an old friend, that was also an app developer like me, and that I had met for like 5 minutes, immediately ask me: "I'm so sorry for asking, but how much do you make?" >< Your uncle's answer would have been a better that anything I could have come up with. I just replied with a salary range for what someone in my position would make in my area... — unknownprotocol 23 secs ago
#1838 unknownprotocol (214 rep) | A: How to respond to someone when they ask how much you earn? (score: 69) | posted 337 days ago by David W (1043 rep) | Toxicity 0.13221046 | edited 335 days ago by David W (1043 rep)
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Ah the old-switcheroo... nice. — unknownprotocol 1 min ago
#4464 unknownprotocol (214 rep) | A: How to respond to someone when they ask how much you earn? (score: 2) | posted 299 days ago by Sherlock (93 rep) | Toxicity 0.1525056
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@Marcus : fair enough :) — OldPadawan 13 secs ago
#16720 OldPadawan (12228 rep) | A: How to give constructive feedback to a restaurant owner when they ask after a meal? (score: 1) | posted 28 minutes ago by Marcus (111 rep) | Toxicity 0.051923122
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8:08 AM
perfect thank you :) — chrispepper1989 31 secs ago
#16716 chrispepper1989 (104 rep) | Q: Neighbor unhappy with the fact I asked his kids to return our toys (score: 0) | posted 2 hours ago by chrispepper1989 (104 rep) | Toxicity 0.019106125 | edited 20 minutes ago by Tinkeringbell (19007 rep)
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8:48 AM
Thanks for that too! — whatcanido 43 secs ago
#16723 whatcanido (1 rep) | Q: How to help my Significant Other to "grow up" (score: 0) | posted 10 minutes ago by whatcanido (1 rep) | Toxicity 0.023661295 | edited 4 minutes ago by whatcanido (1 rep)
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I don't think lying when you complain is getting things off to a good start. -1. "I don't find the quality early in the morning as good as later" Leads to the discussion that the first batch comes out the oven 30 minutes later ... don't get up so early. — UKMonkey 21 secs ago
#16616 UKMonkey (388 rep) | A: How to ask my local baker if he is always selling freshly baked bread (score: 54) | posted 45 hours ago by Daniel (5599 rep) | Toxicity 0.1418851 | edited 44 hours ago by Daniel (5599 rep)
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@UKMonkey: Of course you can rate how you like - but how is that lying? OP states that he feels sometimes the bread they are selling is not always freshly baked - If he encounters such a case, he should be able to complain directly, culprit in hand, without condemning the work of the baker as a whole, don´t you think? — Daniel 1 min ago
#16616 Daniel (5599 rep) | A: How to ask my local baker if he is always selling freshly baked bread (score: 54) | posted 45 hours ago by Daniel (5599 rep) | Toxicity 0.23866686 | edited 44 hours ago by Daniel (5599 rep)
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9:17 AM
"complain directly, culprit in hand" yes - i agree; but if the pattern has been picked up by the OP then why hide it? Maybe it IS a different baker who does the early morning shift. Your complaint phrase that you're suggesting is that this specific loaf when compared to yesterdays or the one before, isn't as good... and it's not true; and the baker will be thinking what's changed in recent days, rather than "First batch comes out at 10am and has done every day for the last 5 years". — UKMonkey 46 secs ago
#16616 UKMonkey (388 rep) | A: How to ask my local baker if he is always selling freshly baked bread (score: 55) | posted 45 hours ago by Daniel (5617 rep) | Toxicity 0.124073625 | edited 45 hours ago by Daniel (5617 rep)
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@Daniel yes - and my comments stand. — UKMonkey 1 min ago
#16616 UKMonkey (388 rep) | A: How to ask my local baker if he is always selling freshly baked bread (score: 55) | posted 45 hours ago by Daniel (5617 rep) | Toxicity 0.07985149 | edited 45 hours ago by Daniel (5617 rep)
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10:00 PM
@refbobby "A landlord can't tell a tenant where to put their belongings." Not sure why you say that. It's their property, so I find it reasonable. They decide what (part of property) they rent out and what conditions are. You agree or you don't. — Andrew Savinykh 1 min ago
#16734 Andrew Savinykh (141 rep) | A: How to negotiate with someone who flat out says "no"? (score: 45) | posted 8 hours ago by Will Appleby (1057 rep) | Toxicity 0.12880926 | edited 6 hours ago by Will Appleby (1057 rep)
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