Mega GP Mania
- May 24, 2008
There's a person that says they "tell it like it is" when criticising others, and they're always 100% correct: the person they call fat is fat; the person in the ugly sweater is wearing an ugly sweater; the person can't understand why two things are equivalent is indeed scraping the bottom of the barrel on intelligence.My critiques, are always on point
This person who "tells it like it is" only ever seems to do so negatively: why don't they ever "tell it like it is" and congratulate the person for their accomplishments, or complement them? I posit that this person doesn't "tell it like it is", they just like to be a bully, and they hide behind a mask of "critique" as if what they're saying being true makes them any less of a bully.