Greg 11 month s ago
This is 2020. Do NOT comment on anyone's appearence at any time, in any way. Not their clothes, not their hair, their shoes, their shirt, nothing. Leave it be. Man or woman. Don't try to be positive, don't try to be nice. The cult of 'offended' victims has foot soldiers all around you in these times, and the coworker you worked alongside for 15 years can suddenly flip on you if they realize they can make a case for sexual assault and never have to work again. The system won't even try to uphold any semblance of truth or fairness. You'll be fired, and they'll be paid off. Big companies just dump the bad PR and you're always expendable. Treat your coworkers like you treat your neighbors. Say hello, and then move on. Be careful with other races and ethnicities as well, and if saying that 'offends' anyone, this open pessimism of mine, you're just proving my point. This is the world of guilty until proven innocent cancel culture and until something radically changes our society back to some measure of common sense and we're no longer held hostage by "social justice", you need to protect yourself.
Lonny 11 month s ago
Greg, Oh, you can still compliment others. Where you are probably running into problems is not knowing that men don't give a crap about it and when you compliment a woman and she says 'thanks', you shouldn't follow up with, "Wanna hit the storeroom and bump uglies?". Not highly recommended!
Theotha 11 month s ago
Greg is a very bitter person tainted by who knows what. If you are on guard against half of what you posted your days and nights must just drag on forever.
Lavonne 11 month s ago
It's 2020...I suggest we stay away from the positive people...

"If your cashier or waiter/waitress has nail polish on, compliment it! They put clear effort into that part of their appearance, possibly even paid money for it, a short friendly comment on it is easy and typically welcome.

Otherwise, a good rule is to compliment a choice a stranger made about their appearance, not something they can’t (easily) change. Her sick winged eyeliner, not her pretty brown eyes. His hair style, not his red hair."


Spreading Positivity Is Not Difficult At All!