To tell or not to tell?

There are some people who belong to the category, ‘sonnaalum puriyaadhu, sollaama irundhaalum theriyaadhu!’ (Neither do they understand when you say it, nor will they understand on their own when you don’t say it). What to do with such people?

13 thoughts on “To tell or not to tell?

  1. Mahesh

    Depends on who it is I suppose .. if it’s some one really close then there is no option but to persist with them. If they are just aquitances etc, don’t waste time your and energy.

    Just blindly ignoring someone regardless of who or what they are is short sighted. For example, me trying to teach my Dad how to use the computer falls into this category. Since I can’t change my Dad, I put up with it and deal with it, albeit very slowly πŸ™‚ I do have some permanent teeth marks!!

  2. Nithya

    Talk to them and laugh out loudly at their ignorance πŸ˜€ trust me, that is fun πŸ˜›
    Sadistic approach, yes, but they are worth that 😐

  3. Aparna

    Welcome to my blog πŸ™‚ I don’t belong to that category but still some people in that category do seem to irritate me….

    True. If it’s someone close then, this question will not even arise. πŸ˜‰ We will not mind putting up with them.

    I don’t feel that sadistic approach is fun 😐

  4. Aparna

    Yes I did! πŸ™‚ Missed out the first few minutes when Rahman spoke though. It was nice watching the orchestra play the BGM of Sivaji.

  5. Bharath

    Do anybody feel ARR’s Music Competancy has gone down these days ..??
    I feel these days when compared to those of 93’s


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