A very practical guide that I received as a forward via WhatsApp.

Talk to *Mother* _lovingly,_
Talk to *Father* _respectfully,_
Talk to *Brothers* _heartfully,_
Talk to *Sisters* _affectionately,_
Talk to *Children* _enthusiastically,_
Talk to *Relatives* _empathetically,_
Talk to *Friends* _jovially,_
Talk to *Officials* _politely,_
Talk to *Vendors* _strictly,_
Talk to *Customers* _honestly,_
Talk to *Workers* _courteously,_
Talk to *Politicians* _carefully,_
Talk to *GOD* _silently._

Talk to *WIFE*
~No No~……

16 thoughts on “Talk.”

  1. Spare a thought for my mother – my father’s wife: If she gets a word in it’ll be her lucky day or, even more unlikely, my father having laryngitis and silenced. Alas, to my knowledge, he has never had any problems with his vocal cords.


  2. LOL – my ex- never listened, he was too busy bemoaning the state of all kinds of things… In the period that we had parted but still attached together to the business, I was the driver (he couldn’t/wouldn’t learn) and one evening as I drove him back to joint home (I wasn’t living there then) he was “moaning on bad” and I said loudly “if you do not keep quiet – you get our here…and find you own way home” –

    I think it might have actually sunk in!

    It was dark and raining and definitely not on our bus route…the one he took to get to the business in the morning!

  3. That is an excessively long list – LOL – but the last one regarding wives is spot on. I’d say all of the others could be respectfully, honestly and courteously – that should be the uniform standard,

    1. In fact, I wondered what motivated that writer to spend so much time and effort to come up with that. Your message is loud and clear besides being to the point that he is trying to make so elaborately.

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