Should you or shouldn’t you?
Do you go ahead first and say sorry later if that’s required? Or do you inquire first so you don’t offend others?
Ask for permission first or forgiveness later?
Does it surprise you that random people will send you promotional material and end the email with “you are receiving this because we both belong to the same LinkedIn group…”
It continues to say “If you wish not to receive this, please change your setting.”
Yes, that was from LinkedIn.
On the first email sent out to me.
Without any indication of wanting to establish a relationship first.
Does adding that line give him the right to do something that’s quite definitely to be against what’s socially acceptable?
So it’s “I’m going to drive recklessly here whether you like it or not. And if you don’t like it then you better move somewhere else and make way for me.”
Or is it, “I’m budging into your house now and if you don’t like it then lock and bolt your door or suffer the consequences”?
P/S There’s no apology in this case – I’ve merely added it to the caption for poetic purposes.
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