Whether you start a conversation with someone in a bar, at work, or a party, there are some moments when a person begins talking or makes a comment, and it just doesn’t sit well with you. Some people let it roll off their backs, while others walk away from the conversation and never look back.
These situations happen all the time, and people often say, “I just knew I wasn’t going to like that person.”
In a recent thread on Reddit, a user asked: Have you ever listened to a person talk for less than a minute and knew you weren’t going to get along with that person? What did they say?
One top comment was, “They talk negatively about someone else in a very judgy way. There was this mom in my daughter’s school who seemed to “know” everyone, she talked to me and she spoke so bad about these people.
My eyes rolled so much I could see my brain telling me not to get involved with her. And I was right because by the time school year ends, her “friends” hated her and they were talking behind her back too.”
One user chimed in with, “Finally, someone chimed in, I hate the “If you do me this favor, I’ll be your best friend forever” Like, no you won’t. Nothing would change except now I know I have to buy my way into a “friendship” with you. Hard pass”