@kitikatz (191)
June 5, 2007 6:44pm CST
if someone promise you something but did not do it, would you think of him as a liar?
5 responses
@Mwanza1 (345)
• Kenya
19 Jun 07
If it becomes a habit then I would consider them liars but I would also be carefull not to jump to conclusion
• Singapore
6 Jun 07
I will see whether is there a good reason for the promise. If yes, then I'll accept it. However, if that person keeps giving me empty promises, I'll not believe him/her promises again.
@chenee08 (591)
• Philippines
6 Jun 07
depends on the reason why they didn't do the're promise...
@Spagman (49)
• United States
5 Jun 07
I wouldnt call him a liar, naturally yiou would have to take in consideration why he couldnt keep his promise.Example , if this friend said he was going to go roller-blading with you but he didnt go because he broke his foot, or something else came up that is excusable.....I would give him a chance to make it up. If the promise is more serious, I would expect an appology and explanation.....and next time be cautious.
• United States
5 Jun 07
Yes, people should not make promises unless they know they absolutly can do it. The only time I would say no is if something unexpected happens that they can't control. Like a family emergency. But other than that if they promise to do something then they need to do it. Work/friends/etc should not get in the way of keeping their promise to you.