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  • LeonD 10:35 pm on April 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: charity, ,   

    979 – Saying “No” To A Street Charity Worker 

    How can we, with our brand new Iphones and high definition flat screens refuse to donate just £5, to people that actually need it.

    It’s easy to forget that there are people in the world that far less fortunate than you. Most of us live in relative luxury (in comparison to hungry orphans anyway), yet we pretend that  the world’s problems have nothing to do with us.

    Deep down you know ignoring the choice to help is wrong. Maybe that’s why saying “No” to a charity worker is so hard. They run up to you on the street, look you square in the eye and force you to actually think about people with far bigger problems than your own. They tell you the gut wrenching facts like “1 in 5 children in [insert 3rd world country] has no access to clean water”, and that by donating the equivalent of just a pint of beer a month, you WILL be helping to solve that problem. (More …)

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  • LeonD 5:43 pm on April 21, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , caught, , , liar. lying, lie,   

    980 – Caught Lying Red-Handed 

    Everybody lies.

    Some people tell bigger lies than others, some tell lots of small pointless lies and some rare individuals actually make a living out of it.
    Lying can actually be healthy. I can build relationships (For example: “I love you” or “You’re the best sex I’ve ever had” – the two most common lies in the world :P) and a little white lie can get you out of trouble. Things become extremely awkward for you when people start probing your poorly constructed bullsh*t and your house of cards comes crashing down.

    Some people never admit that they’re lying despite the insurmountable damning evidence. They’d rather keep up a lie and in fact lie even more than admit that they are being deceitful. The motto is “Deny! Deny! Deny. It doesn’t matter how obvious it is that I’m telling a lie, I’ll still deny“. (More …)

     
    • eM 6:55 am on May 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Who lies the most?? I will go with women simply because they talk more. But whose lies are the worst? Men, of course. When they lie, they LIE.

      But yes, getting caught in THAT moment is awkward. No lie there.

      • LeonD 4:25 pm on May 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I think that’s exactly the other way round. Men tell more lies (No honey, that dress doesn’t make you look fat”, “Of course I care about our anniversary”.

        But when women lie, it’s often a massive, well orchestrated one. Did you know that as high as 1 in 4 men in the modern world today is UNKNOWINGLY raising a child that’s not his? How much bigger can a lie get than that?

    • clggymcclaggy 7:35 pm on July 23, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      yeah i always get caught even though i denie it when there is evidence i did it

  • LeonD 10:46 pm on April 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1st, , kiss, rejection, , seduction,   

    981 – First Kiss Rejection…Sucks! 

    First dates are awkward, but the most important  awkward moment (especially on a date) is the first kiss.

    It’s an awesome feeling when you get to that moment when your faces are inches from each other and you know your date could pull away from you if she chose to, but she leans in and meets your lips half-way. It’s a lot of awkward when she doesn’t. That’s when things start to get awkward.

    You tried to make your move. You went for the kiss. She blew you out! “WTF!?”  If you made your move at the end of the night (rookie mistake) then I’m sorry bro, you’re going to have to be on your A-game next time…MWAHAHA! Every fool in the world knows that you don’t leave the first kiss to the end of the night…this is one of the reasons why. 😛 (More …)

     
    • Vegas Socialite 6:47 am on May 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      So as a girl (not to sound cocky) I’ve never been rejected on a kiss before. Admittedly in most cases the guy does the initiation but there are times where I’ve done it.

      I’ve only rejected one kiss that I can remember off the top of my head. Was out with a group of people at an ultra lounge and guy came and sat next to me, we had a good conversation (he had an Aussie accent — weakness) and then he leaned in and tried to kiss me. I moved away and after that he was so embarrassed, you could just tell he was pretty much mortified. I felt bad, but it was a little too soon.

      We continued talking and he said he wanted to take me on a “proper date” but shortly after that I had to leave so I gave him a quick kiss. Partially to make up for rejecting him and partially because he was cute.

      So I guess in turn, him being rejected got me to initiate a kiss with him.

      • LeonD 4:28 pm on May 16, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Do you think it would have been less awkward if the guy had been less reactive to your rejection. Because sometimes we can create the awkwardness by expecting it to be awkward…right? 😮

  • LeonD 10:41 pm on April 7, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: gratitude, people, , THANK   

    982 – Being Thanked Over & Over Again 

    Is it weird that I dislike being thanked?
    It is?…oh!

    Well I do. When I do something for someone, I don’t do it to receive some form of gratitude from them, I do it because it was the right thing to do. I’m not saying I don’t expect a person to show me any gratitude for a favour, but usually all I need to hear is the phrase “Thank you, I really appreciate that.” That’s all I need from you, now I know you own me one (and I will come collecting one day mwahahah!)

    Hear’s where things get a little awkward. Sometimes you’ll come across someone that obviously desperately in need of assistance (starving homeless man, lost pet, hungry children) and from the goodness of your heart you decide to go out of your way to help. I understand the need people have have to be grateful, but:
    “Thank you”, “Thank you for doing this” (More …)

     
  • LeonD 9:22 pm on April 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: argument, fight, jersey, jersey show, lovers, mediate, negotiate, quarrel, shore   

    983 – Being In The Room When Two Friends Start Fighting 

    When two friends fight, and I mean REALLY fight, everyone else around them gets sucked into it. Being caught in a room that suddenly turns into the battle ground for their dispute is difficult and can be excruciatingly awkward.

    Nothing has caused more destruction than love (which is ironic if you think about it), so more often than not when these situations erupt, it’s got something to do with it. Being caught in the middle forces you to make a difficult decision and unfortunately the options available to you are as awkward as the next.

    You only have 3 available to you. You could: (More …)

     
    • fevryone 11:56 pm on February 12, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      In my opinion, no one should ever try the diplomat option; no one’s good at it at all, and sometimes that just makes the ones arguing in the first place unanimously turn on the one attempting peace keeper. I generally believe no one should play peace keeper unless they feel the fight is about to become physical, and even then , some groups of friends that’s more acceptable than others.
      I personally feel the ‘Jersey Shore method’ is the best, because once the fight blows over, no one can call you out on any B.S. because you didn’t say anything/pick a side, since crap like this tends to bite you in the a$$ in the end.
      Anyway, this is a great ‘awkward’ moment posting 😎

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