Me, Ponderisms, Random

Insult or Praise?

Got this on a comment on my tagboard:
Steffi:: after seeing your pic, I know why you are online so much…

I don’t know if this was meant to be an insult or praise. It just makes me wonder. Hmmm…

Some Nonsensical Facts Again:
1/4 of the bones in your body are in your feet.
You blink over 10,000,000 times a year.
The average human produces 10,000 gallons of saliva in a lifetime.

Thoughts of the Day:
What’s worse: to risk embarrassment, or to always wonder what might have been?
It’s okay to shut the door on the world now and then. But don’t throw away the key.

9 thoughts on “Insult or Praise?”

  1. What is that girl trying to say? I would thank her for that strange compliment… and then take it as one.

    If my two cents mean anything, I think your picture is wonderful because you are cheerful and smiling and beautiful… and one of the few people I know who look terrific with a teeth-bearing grin.

    Also, I usually go for the embarassing option unless it involves personal rejection or if I would be rude. I hate being rude.

    1. Thanks! Well, I’m more curious what the person meant by the comment than anything. Oh well. I’ll be just ignorant and take it as a compliment. :P

      1. I’m completely with Lara here because I have asked myself the same type of question under similar circumstances.

        Concentrate on your friends; those who know you online and in a tangible environment, and who truly like and admire you.

        Really, it’s all that matters.

        Sit back and see what the person who wrote the strange compliment will come up with next.

        Who knows, it could be really good :)


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