I got a really funny little comment on my Facebook wall saying “you seem to be wearing a lot of different clothing” or something like that. I thought it was a compliment since I had just gotten a new outfit and I thought I was wearing it all. As usual, I didn’t get the compliment. I thought it was a weird comment and it made me think twice about wearing a lot of different clothing, which I never do.
No, I don’t wear different clothing. I wear the same outfit every day for work and work out. I do have a slightly different style of outfit in the summer and fall, because I get a cold in the winter and I like to be a little more casual when I’m in the office. I just never wear different clothing. I also don’t think it’s a compliment.
Yeah, you’re right! I’m not a compliment. I’m not an attractive man, I’m just a normal guy who wears different clothing every day.
I can see why some people have a problem with this, as it’s very personal. There is a very good chance I would not allow you to know my innermost thoughts and feelings, especially if I wasn’t aware of them. I would also have no problem if you were to do me a favor and give me a compliment and tell me I look attractive or something. It makes me feel good to know that you think I look good.
I know what you mean. I would never do anything to make someone feel bad, and I am aware of the fact that I would have no problem with someone complimenting me. I have to admit though that I actually prefer compliments from women. It’s something I think a lot of men ignore. I think that it’s because women are more direct, honest, and less judgemental than men are.
Its hard to not like compliments because it makes us feel better. But the problem is that you are not always aware of how you are feeling and what you are doing. It’s not just about the compliment. It’s about the underlying emotion.
We all have a tendency to be too quick to judge others because of this underlying emotion. Its hard to see past your own emotional reaction when you have to constantly remind yourself that you need to be ok with what others are feeling. That is why I always try to be respectful while complimenting someone. It is more about helping me understand their emotion (not judging it) so I can work through it. Its not about me. Its about them.
In my experience this is true of any social interaction, but especially of ones in which we are the observer. We are only as good as we are when we are the observer. In fact, while we are the observer, we can be pretty damn bad at it. We can be pretty good at being the observer, and we can be pretty damn bad at being the participant. I think this is especially true with the social interaction of the Internet.
Just as in real life, we are all in this together, but in a very different environment. While the participants are in the same space, the participants are in different spaces. The participants are immersed in a very different environment from the participants on the Internet. The Internet is a virtual space. The participants are in a real space, and the participants are in a virtual space.
There is a real sense of community online when you are immersed in the same real space. You can get lost in the virtual, but you can also get lost in the real. The Internet is a virtual space, so it is difficult to truly be immersed in the real.