How do you react?

August 1, 2011 10:29am CST
How do you react when you meet every day on my way to work / school / sports etc the same people? When will you give you recognize? Or does it always behaves as if it does not detect them? Are you more annoyed or pleased ye?
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5 responses
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
6 Aug 11
So I always greet everyone, and mostly I'm still nen funny demanding it, because I laugh through my mostly bring mischief to the people and I can even laugh about my own mist too, so every day is almost always funny when I meet people. such small things make an already good mood,
• Indonesia
5 Aug 11
yes that's great! I tell them good morning and try to build up a conversation! then I can see immediately whether there is interest for another! there is no interest then I'm still going to the next friendly greetings again! no annoying me does not mean one love greeting might cost me nothing pleases the person who got him and I feel this good! in today's world do you do that far too little on the others to go and tell him what dear all the best for your future more.
@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
2 Aug 11
It depends on where you live. If I live in a rural area and only 3 people I meet along the way is a touch easier and more likely than when I was in such I live in Berlin and meet me on the way to 10,000 people. I would not be annoyed when people would greet me, I do not know, rather surprised.
@gengeni (3308)
• Indonesia
2 Aug 11
For example, if someone I see often, especially on a day happy or sad looks, then I ask myself what is probably going straight into his / her life .. Some I am in fact, when I meet them - even if I do not know .. I smile at other secretly into me;-))! Response or I would greet them but (in the "usual" environment = on the way into the break) is not .. That would be perhaps more conceivable If we are on unfamiliar terrain, and you can meet while facing a read on the face recognition.
• Philippines
2 Aug 11
If the response is very positive, I try to develop friendships. If not, I just try to maintain courtesy. I won't allow them to destroy my day, so I am always the one to greet them "good morning" or "good afternoon" or whatever is proper greeting. But actions like these thaw out stiffness, so eventually, they also become my friends, unless they come from a higher economic level, which will make me avoid friendship with them.