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Rudeness In Potential Partners.
 
# 1 : Friday 7-8-2020 @ 21:25
 
 
Could you date someone you find rude?

As in, very attractive, things in common, sexually compatible, but capable of being rude to you and to others.
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# 2 : Friday 7-8-2020 @ 21:42
 
 
it will only get worse
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# 3 : Friday 7-8-2020 @ 22:31
 
 
How far, up his own arse is he?
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# 4 : Friday 7-8-2020 @ 23:45
 
 
If you have no respect for yourself or other people then go for it, I say..
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# 5 : Saturday 8-8-2020 @ 08:17
 
 
Well you see, some people can be rude as in blunt/dismissive.
Bluntness to a certain degree can be helpful.

Then other people can think they're not rude, they're just "being real", ut you and the rest of the world see rudeness.
Are they off the menu as far as dating?
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# 6 : Saturday 8-8-2020 @ 19:19
 
 
Someone said :
How far, up his own arse is he?

Probably as far as you'd like to be
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# 7 : Saturday 8-8-2020 @ 22:10
 
 
"Rude" is too subjective as a word, what you find rude I probably don't. In reality it could be argued that the rudest person on this thread is you because you started it with a preconceived idea of what is and isn't rude meaning that you are forcing your moral standards on other people or at the very least judging other people by your moral standards and that's pretty fucking rude. Like who made you the moral police?

As for me, it would be hard for me to find someone "ruder" than me, I pretty much say what I want when I want because I don't have that filter that most people have that stops them before they cross a line, for the most part that line is a dot to me. I don't go actively looking for ways to be rude (and 9 time out of 10 I can be pretty polite) but I don't feign politeness either. If I think someone is being an asswipe I'll tell them but then again as a kid I was pretty poor and had to work for things whereas nowadays most people get shit handed to them so I don't really give a shit if some 21 year old is pissed off because everything they have now still isn't enough because some random fucker they friended on Facebook has more than them
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# 8 : Sunday 9-8-2020 @ 00:22
 
 
Oh my, I get your profile name now KF.
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# 9 : Sunday 9-8-2020 @ 22:25
 
 
Someone said :
"Rude" is too subjective as a word, what you find rude I probably don't. In reality it could be argued that the rudest person on this thread is you because you started it with a preconceived idea of what is and isn't rude meaning that you are forcing your moral standards on other people or at the very least judging other people by your moral standards and that's pretty fucking rude. Like who made you the moral police?

As for me, it would be hard for me to find someone "ruder" than me, I pretty much say what I want when I want because I don't have that filter that most people have that stops them before they cross a line, for the most part that line is a dot to me. I don't go actively looking for ways to be rude (and 9 time out of 10 I can be pretty polite) but I don't feign politeness either. If I think someone is being an asswipe I'll tell them but then again as a kid I was pretty poor and had to work for things whereas nowadays most people get shit handed to them so I don't really give a shit if some 21 year old is pissed off because everything they have now still isn't enough because some random fucker they friended on Facebook has more than them

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# 10 : Monday 10-8-2020 @ 17:24
 
 
In reality it could be argued that the rudest person on this thread is you because you started it with a preconceived idea of what is and isn't rude meaning that you are forcing your moral standards on other people or at the very least judging other people by your moral standards and that's pretty fucking rude. Like who made you the moral police?

I'm sorry, but none of that makes sense to me as a response to the question.

It could be argued, yes, but you have failed to do so; I'm not claiming to be moral police, I'm just framing a question; and, something isn't rude just because you say it's rude. If anything, you're throwing yourself under the very bus your trying to ram into my... supposed rudeness.

If I was confidant in my definition of rudeness, and if I was electing myself as 'The Moral Police', which I'm not. It would be arrogant of me, not rude of me.
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# 11 : Monday 10-8-2020 @ 19:26
 
 
God no.

Restaurant dates are really useful for this as you get to see how the other person treats serving staff, which I find is a good indicator of how they'll treat you.

A guy I was on a date with kept clicking his fingers at serving staff and being incredibly patronising. I told him this wasn't going to work, paid my share and went home and to play World of Warcraft. Much better way to spend an evening.
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# 12 : Wednesday 12-8-2020 @ 15:00
 
 
It depends, does their rudeness impact on others? If they are inclined to readjust themselves in public or speak loudly about bodily functions in a quite place, sure.
But if they talk down to retail workers or wait staff, nope.
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# 13 : Sunday 16-8-2020 @ 12:20
 
 
Someone said :

I'm sorry, but none of that makes sense to me as a response to the question.

Of course it doesn't because you fail to see how flawed the question was from the start

Someone said :

It could be argued, yes, but you have failed to do so; I'm not claiming to be moral police, I'm just framing a question; and, something isn't rude just because you say it's rude. If anything, you're throwing yourself under the very bus your trying to ram into my... supposed rudeness.

Look, I'll try explain, you gave a list of things that you deem "rude", one part you even dismiss a persons behaviour as "being real" and even put it in quotes like that because you look down on people who are just being themselves if their criteria of being themselves doesn't match your criteria of being yourself and that's rude, to think that you are allowed judge but it doesn't end there. You also listed attractiveness and sexual compatibility first in your list which means that those are your primary triggers and "rudeness" is just a secondary thing that you would most likely adapt to if the potential partner was hot and hung like a donkey because not only are you rude you are also superficial

Someone said :

If I was confidant in my definition of rudeness, and if I was electing myself as 'The Moral Police', which I'm not. It would be arrogant of me, not rude of me.

Hate to break it to you love but arrogance is just rudeness with a pretty skirt on and actually it is kind of ironic that you would say that since in your second post you actually give an example of people not knowing they are rude but think they are "being real" which is kinda what you just did with that comment
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# 14 : Sunday 16-8-2020 @ 18:32
 
 
I'm not reading that.

I skimmed it and saw "sorry to break it to you love" and such.

I don't feel 'bullied' or 'intimidated' by you. I simply don't care about you one way or the other, and I don't have to entertain any novel sized, self-righteous, condecending rants of you "putting me in my place, sonnyboy, hoho".
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