i hate when they start point fingers and said you did it:)
April 9, 2010 1:28am CST
So...what?if i did this and that and all happen,i really hate when people start point their fingers and say you did this...no you start that,you...you...you...why no body point fingers to itself and say sorry i did this:)that will be nice sound to hear with the word sorry...after mistake:)when things bad happen why just blame each other why was time to point each other why don`t used time to think what we going to do next and how to fix up this problem...did any one thinking the same as i think,when i do a good job without trouble no one talk or even thanks me but when make small mistake they just start to point me out:(...so i said before them i did this i ll take my responsible myself to it:)so no one will talk any more...i hate that point fingers how is you?
9 Apr 10
Yes,it is difficult for people to admit it even though they might see their own problem.But on the other side,will you be willing,or be easy, to forgive the one who made this mistake?Most of the time,people hates problem makers.They do not forgive,rather,they blame a lot due to limitation of team spirit.I think both the two kind of people mentioned by us are shameful.
• Hong Kong
10 Apr 10
I think I am quite lucky and I didn't meet anyone being that rude and impolite to me. I never do this to others as well, if someone did this to me, I would tell he/she that he/she is very impolite to point fingers to others. You can tell me I am wrong and but you can't point fingers to me, it is a very easy good manner.
9 Apr 10
i hate it too, it really shows that the people are irresponsible for their own actions. if i was at fault, i would just stand up and admit that it was my fault, apologize, then let it go. it will be easier and doesn't hurt too many people that was accused even though they're not responsible for that.
9 Apr 10
this usually happens all the time! :) i mean it could be okay if they are pointing at you for a work well done, for some good things you did, etc.. but i think pointing fingers especially the negative once just to be able to escape scrutiny is really bad. only people who are immature always tries to put the blame on others.
9 Apr 10
I usually admit my own mistakes when I've realized them, say sorry and mean it. I don't have issues with pride when it comes to admitting my mistakes. Actually I was wishing other people would be more like that too. It's rare that I encounter anyone who says sorry and admits their own mistakes. Anyway I'm quick to forgive, as long as the person is sincere enough to ask for my forgiveness. If that person never asks for it, I still forgive anyway --- but in cases like this, I don't forget.