Room for Negotiation

Singapore, Singapore
September 23, 2016 3:23am CST
Do you have a big room for negotiation? I think this depends on how open-minded you are. For some, "There is always room for negotiation" is only a statement made to act diplomatic. Why do I use the word "act"? Cos they are not really sincere when they make that statement. They just want to be Mr/Ms Nice. How's your room for negotiation? As big as a bungalow? Or not even one?
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@JolietJake (51107)
• United States
23 Sep 16
Well, I don't leave much room for negotiation, but it is more than Scar leaves. HE leaves no room at all...I've abandoned all thoughts of even trying to negotiate with him.
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
meaning you at least have got half a room.. not that bad... and some don't even detect the hidden meanings in what Scar says... so I guess it is ok that he leaves no room...at least Scar admits it..Scar is direct. Be like Scar
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@JolietJake (51107)
• United States
23 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz His 'MEOW!' changes into "NOW!" if I try to say no to him
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
@JolietJake its great to have Scar as a friend
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@SIMPLYD (83173)
• Philippines
23 Sep 16
It actually depends on what is to be negotiated . But i do make a room for negotiation .
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
does it depend on who too?
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@SIMPLYD (83173)
• Philippines
23 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz Actually yes . That is a major consideration .
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
@SIMPLYD it's really funny how sometimes certain people are more privileged than others.. tho' I do that too...
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@Bluedoll (17052)
• Canada
23 Sep 16
I always thought it meant lets make a deal? Example - on unpaid expired loans you owe us exactly this amount Negotiation but we will take 90 cents on the dollar if you pay it now
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
somewhat yes, but can be applied to bargaining in daily life too..or when you are asking for something..
@Bluedoll (17052)
• Canada
23 Sep 16
@XinfulThotz I can't help thinking. What are we bargaining or asking for?
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
@Bluedoll for kids, more play time? for friends, where to hang out?
@sofssu (14447)
23 Sep 16
I am always open to listen to the other persons point of view and act within the purview of what is right.
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
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@skysnap (18039)
23 Sep 16
I always see the room for negotiation.
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
which is very good!
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@amnabas (10312)
• Karachi, Pakistan
23 Sep 16
Yes I do have room for negotiations.
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• Singapore, Singapore
23 Sep 16
how big is your room? Is there any VIP room?
@zweeb82 (5713)
• Malaysia
29 Sep 16
I am always open for suggestions. Whether I will use them is another story. Some I keep in view, some I keep out of view, lol!~
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@CoolPeace (1587)
• Miami, Florida
23 Sep 16
It depends if everyone comes to an agreement and the thought of negotiation is necessary.
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