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I take the high road just so I can crap on those on low road.

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"Look here, most people I have met on the site know how to use a toilet...."

Lol. Just wait... oh, you did say 'most' lol

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"Civilization depends largely on people being civil.:

Truer words have never been spoken. Unfortunately, that's becoming more rare by the day. Just look at the forum posts for example. You'd think home training was obsolete. LOL

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There's never an excuse to be rude. If someone sends you a rude email, or disrespects you for any reason, take the high road. Simply responds "Thanks for yourinterest, but we are not interested at this time." Civilization depends largely on people being civil.

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FROM JOEY: "SlO Thats how we're going to do it. Now, for those that dont take the first no for an answer....Then maybe...... "

Hi, Joey, No, that is NOT how "WE" are going to do it. That is how "I" would do it. You asked and that was my advice. You are going to do what you want, which is as it should be.

My ADVICE regarding those who don't take no for an answer, is that you politely say "no" again and thank them for their interest. If they continue to write, politely ask them not to write anymore, saying to them that you will no longer be replying to their emails. Then, just don't reply anymore. With no reply from you, interest will rapidly wain.

The only people I have blocked were 2 members a few years back who became very rude over things I said on the Forums and kept sending me crazy-nasty SLS Mail. Even then, it probably wasn't necessary, because polite response to a nasty-gram causes interest to wain, usually. SLO

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Thank you Cum4. That was really nice of you to say. :)

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SlO

Thats how we're going to do it. Now, for those that dont take the first no for an answer....Then maybe......

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You will probably do what you want to do anyway, but you asked, so......

I don't think it is ever a good idea to be rude, crude or downright nasty to someone.

There are soooo many members whose profiles say one thing, but their actions often contradict the profile.

Then, there are members who respond to a profile quickly, without reading the profile at all or not reading beyond age and other vital information.

MY ADVICE TO YOU is to take the high road and just let it go. If someone is rude, crude or nasty to you, just reply, asking them to stop writing to you. For those who you simply do not want to interact with, a simple, "no thank you" is the best policy. That way you have politely replied and haven't left them feeling any ill will toward you. Being arrogant and nasty towards other members whose only sin was to not meet your profile's stated criteria for a playmate is just plain foolish, I believe.

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You can't convince a rude person that they're rude most of the time. Whether its a personality disorder, character defect, or just plain lack of home training, its ok in their mind, and there is little chance of influencing their paradigm. I'm sure a lot of us have greeted a person with a polite hello, only to be ignored, 'mean mugged', or some equally dismissive gesture. That only makes the classy people look better.

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If the people aren't smart enough to know they shouldn't contact you, I doubt they would understand what you were trying to tell them.

Carrie

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