Ok everyone this is a funny email thats been going around my mums office so i though i might share! lol
This is to come up with a sentence to like describe te o something anyway give it a go!
Pick the mese te were born: January-------I kicked February------I loved March--------I karate chopped April----------I licked May----------I jumped on June----------I smelled July-----------I did the Macarena With August--------I had lunch with
September----I danced with October-------I sang to November-----I yelled at December-----I ran over
Pick the giorno (number) te were born on: 1-------a birdbath 2-------a...
As amazondebs detto before, the "all" option can get annoying at times, but it's okay to add it if te are actually losing your mind trying to choose.
But if there is a choice missing that really should be there, even if te aren't going to pick it, te should add it anyways. i. e., "Who's your preferito office character?" If the "Kelly" option is missing, even if te like Jim, add Kelly anyways. te don't have to pick Kelly.
And something else pointed out in Deb's forum, combination options can be annoying too. If te can't decide between Jim and Pam, choose one randomly and say in the comments...
I know this has been detto before, but it has been bothering me for a long time, and when something builds up I have to get it out somehow :D
Let me start da saying that I Amore when people add risposte to the picks I make...It's awesome that we have that option because often times I forget an answer, o someone comes up with something più creative, etc... But, there are a few things that I've been noticing about adding risposte for a while, and I wanted to put it out there.
I understand that the point of a pick is, well, to pick something. Therefore it's a bit annoying when someone adds an answer...
We all remember it, though we say we don't. Those in school still see it everyday, maybe are victims, o even perpetrators, of it. In workplaces, schools, colleges, sports organisations- this happens in all walks of life, for all manner of reasons.
I am, of course, talking about bullying. We've heard the stories of teens driven to suicide da bullies, people forced out of jobs da abusive employers, coaches victimising players. Tragic stories, definitely.
This is not the bullying I am talking about today. We move, for this soapbox, from the real world to the cyber world. Today, we talk about Cyber-Bullying....