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I agree with you. If you say something mean or rude to people, that would hurt their feelings and the phrase "No offense" definately would not change that. It won't do the magic, no matter what you try to attach to your comments, rude comments are just rude. I feel like by saying "no offense" you are actually telling people "Oh, I am aware that it is rude but I am saying it anyway!"
That's so true! Even though they think it kinda clears their name, it doesn't. They're still hurting someone, it's just they may be too self absorbed to realize that! You're completely right that they should just say, I don't really care about that, or I don't really care for it. That way they can get the opinion across without hurting anybody!
Saying "No offense" does NOT cancel out what you are going to say. Like people who don't like Twilight, sometimes try to trash the people who do. (Including me).
If you don't like Twilight, the nice thing to do is say," Sorry, I really don't care for Twilight or that particular topic."
If you say, "No offense" and then "Twilight is the STUPIDEST SERIES EVER!" Then, it still makes you feel bad and the no offense does not help at all.
Great thread, rep for you. =]
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