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I realize that it is very frustrating when a problem occurs that we need help with but I would just like to point out that putting a please when you ask for help makes a big difference. I have noticed that when people don't put please, it sounds like they are demanding instead of asking for help. Here is an example I made up.
I need help now, Come here.
Here is one with please in it: I need help now, please come here.
I am not calling anyone out because I have done it myself.
Don't get me wrong, I love helping and will help whoever asks me no matter how it is put but I find myself helping threads with please in them first just because it seems like a nicer request.
Most WI members say thank you so in turn, I would like to thank all the WI members for expressing their gratitude when someone helps them out. It really means a lot.
Thank you for taking the time to read this thread.
I totally agree with you it's alwaysnice to hear those words especially in the world we live in today. I have began teaching my two year old manners because I want him to know how important it is to let someone know that they are valued as a person.:pg:
This is a great thread! I`ve been noticing a ton of rudeness going on in WI, so this thread fits at the time, and it would fit at any time. Thanks soo much for bringing this to the attention of us users!
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