Something I’ve noticed throughout my years is that certain people tend to tell you what you want to hear rather than the truth. Here’s an example, if you just read my post directly below this you would know that I had a pretty fun time in Ft. Lauderdale. Yet, I really didn’t leave out any detail and I don’t think there were too many parts that were indescribably awesome . I had a good time and I did exactly what I expected to do but I see no reason to gloat about how good of time I had.
So if you ask me how my trip was, I feel like the automatic response from most people would be “I had the time of my life.” Common folk feel the need to hype everything up so that they gain your respect. If they said it was awful, you’d wonder what was wrong with them and how they couldn’t have a thrilling time on vacation. When I ask you a question, I don’t want to hear some bullshit. Everything can’t always be fun and good. This works with practically everything not just vacations. Ask people about movies, albums or events and you’ll notice how people describe things. The person who says everything is great is pretty much useless. Now sometimes I will give people the generic response if I really don’t feel like going into detail but this should only be used rarely or else you gain the reputation I’d described. More people than you think do this and be on the lookout for random info.