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  • miss_zita_2020miss_zita_2020 Posts: 2,878Member Member Posts: 2,878Member Member
    Ok, I always do that!

    Make a complaint if you find a hair in your food while eating out.
  • FabulousFantasticFiftyFabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 175,420Member Member Posts: 175,420Member Member
    Ok

    Not tip a horrible Server
  • miss_zita_2020miss_zita_2020 Posts: 2,878Member Member Posts: 2,878Member Member
    Ok

    Drive faster than the speed limit on highways if there aren’t any other drivers on the road.
  • FabulousFantasticFiftyFabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 175,420Member Member Posts: 175,420Member Member
    Not okay

    Speeding if late to an important occasion
  • lauragreenbaumlauragreenbaum Posts: 848Member Member Posts: 848Member Member
    OK if you're not speeding so much it's endangering other lives
    Going through a red light if it's 2 am and no one else is on the street
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
    ok if you've pretty much come to a slow crawl and no one in sight

    not holding the door open for the person walking in to the store behind you - say twenty feet behind
  • mytyglotzmytyglotz Posts: 288Member Member Posts: 288Member Member
    Not okay.
    I would always, always err to the side of caution - for your own safety and the safety of others.
    I wouldn't assume nothing could happen-- and be wary of pedestrians, too (there might not be nearly as many pedestrians as there are in daylight, but there are still night walkers out there!!)
    Just be wise. Wise and safe. 😊
    Wait for the green.

    Okay or not okay. . . .
    Leaving the radio on all day when you're not at home (I feel like adamant environmentalists might frown upon that.....am I leaving too much of a carbon footprint?)
    edited February 12
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
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    edited February 12
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
    mytyglotz wrote: »
    Not okay.
    I would always, always err to the side of caution - for your own safety and the safety of others.
    I wouldn't assume nothing could happen-- and be wary of pedestrians, too (there might not be nearly as many pedestrians as there are in daylight, but there are still night walkers out there!!)
    Just be wise. Wise and safe. 😊
    Wait for the green.

    Okay or not okay. . . .
    Leaving the radio on all day when you're not at home (I feel like adamant environmentalists might frown upon that.....am I leaving too much of a carbon footprint?)

    sorry - yes - that's okay
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
    renydo2 wrote: »
    ok if you've pretty much come to a slow crawl and no one in sight

    not holding the door open for the person walking in to the store behind you - say twenty feet behind

  • mytyglotzmytyglotz Posts: 288Member Member Posts: 288Member Member
    renydo2 wrote: »
    mytyglotz wrote: »
    Not okay.
    I would always, always err to the side of caution - for your own safety and the safety of others.
    I wouldn't assume nothing could happen-- and be wary of pedestrians, too (there might not be nearly as many pedestrians as there are in daylight, but there are still night walkers out there!!)
    Just be wise. Wise and safe. 😊
    Wait for the green.

    Okay or not okay. . . .
    Leaving the radio on all day when you're not at home (I feel like adamant environmentalists might frown upon that.....am I leaving too much of a carbon footprint?)

    sorry - yes - that's okay

    No, I am sorry!!
    I took too long typing my "essay" post. 😅😳😰
    Twenty feet behind you?.....well, I think that's okay. It would be extremely nice to wait if they have their hands full, though (:

    Not flushing the toilet if it's just....fluid. (I don't mean to be gross. Excuse my potty mouth.)
  • epangiliepangili Posts: 575Member Member Posts: 575Member Member
    Not ok hygiene wise but ok environmentally

    Having a thread where 12 people all say their greeting of happy birthday
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 2,546Member Member Posts: 2,546Member Member
    Ok I guess.

    Ordering a plate of food and only eating one bite.
  • Eggplant909Eggplant909 Posts: 156Member Member Posts: 156Member Member
    Ok, if you are paying. Not if not.

    Walking naked in locker room with a towel over your shoulder
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
    not ok - nobody wants to see your junk


    you're picking up an item at the store and they have stacked these things so tight and awkward that when you get one, a few of them fall on the floor so you just leave them there
    edited February 13
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 10,660Member, Premium Member Posts: 10,660Member, Premium Member
    Not ok,
    I stack everything back just like it was, lol.

    You reach for an item you want at a store, it’s the only one.
    Someone else wants it as well,
    you say sorry and take the last one.
  • lauragreenbaumlauragreenbaum Posts: 848Member Member Posts: 848Member Member
    Ok but not as nice as letting them have it
    Wearing gold and silver jewelry at the same time
  • renydo2renydo2 Posts: 990Member Member Posts: 990Member Member
    only ok if you're MR T

    walking down the hall at work and you pass another employee but don't say anything
  • FabulousFantasticFiftyFabulousFantasticFifty Posts: 175,420Member Member Posts: 175,420Member Member
    If accompanied by a smile or nod... okay!

    A Man Not acknowledginging a Woman who held the door for him?
  • epangiliepangili Posts: 575Member Member Posts: 575Member Member
    Not ok

    Being called "thick" by a new student while they were smiling and staring and saying it loud enough for you to hear and catch the look.
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