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2-18-2009 @ 4:54PM
alright i love this article it is really really good, its actually true, if you ask somebody or help somebody you usually end up friends.sometimesand defiantly make sure that if you do want to ask for future reference that you are still being polite.As well people levels of being polite differ from age group to age group...so make sure your using the outmost sincerity and not using slang words, because if somebody calls me buddy i usually think "wow might be a waste of time to help him" but hardlyi'm very nice so i usually help the only ones i don't help are the gold spammers, and the one that assume that i will help.and like the above comments I hate when people rudly curse me out when i say "no man i'm sorry =(" or say whatever, then i usually will never help them again and many people don't forget rude people.
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