respect”, but any language expert will tell you that what comes next tells
people what you really think of them.
that’s about to leave a foul taste in your mouth and you wanting to punch
someone in the head, and what comes after ‘but’ negates all before it any ways.
few months back when I commented under my style name on a blogger’s blog and I
said in my comment “I was putting my 24 year experience jewellery designer
stopped following because of her stupidity, both commented and both disgusted me
with their attitude towards jewellery, but that’s a different rant.
“I appreciate your years of experience”, and then went on with her
“well, blow me down, that’s a new one”.
comments and for some reason they need to set up a prelude to it. I’m not even
sure that’s the right term to use. It’s a sentence, such as, “with all due
respect”, that they feel they need to add at the beginning as some way of
lightening the mood, or letting them off the hook.
acceptable regardless of how bad it is.
appreciate my experience at all. And as I said, their comments about how they
don’t care about caring for their jewellery disgusted me. And the owner of the
blog claimed she didn’t have dust to worry about so having her jewellery on
display was no problem.
know her secret. But either way, appreciating my experience was rather
insulting because I knew she actually didn’t, so why lie to me and try to
butter me up?
you the truth”, which I absolutely HATE because it’s like, why do yo need
to say that, do you lie to me every other time you talk?