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  LiveLaughFML  |  10

FYL OP. i know that when my friends are telling me stories and i can't hear them, i always say "what?" and once i finally look like a complete idiot i smile and nod too!

  doctorwhogirl  |  0

it's ok op- we have all done that at one point, I remember my friend telling me how sadshe felt about all the deaths in gaza and I just giggled- and he just sort if gave me a death stare then walked away- I just said I have really bad hearing :)

  docscientist  |  9

People mumble and often the background noise drowns them out. On top of that, half of the time you don't really want to hear what they're saying anyway and try keep interaction as short as possible, so you smile and nod. I know you've all been there.


45- What if OP is a customer service representative and her job is to listen to the customer? That's the only one I could think of on the spot and to be honest I am not really that into this conversation enough to think of a better one.

I do understand though, sometimes I think I must be loosing my hearing because I seriously can not understand someone if I can not see their lips moving.

  Jammy01jams  |  2

Believe me when you talk a shitload of customers you just begin to smile and nod and say "yeah I know what you mean."

Not surprised this happened eventually.

  gc327072  |  29

84- "I'm joking" oh please, that's an evasive maneuver to get people to stop complaining. That's like how people say "it was sarcasm".

By  FlashBurn  |  13

To be polite, never smile, nod or laugh. Make sure you know what they're saying... What if you agreed to an unwanted threesome or that you want to see Edward and Jacob happily married?!