+41 If someone is objectively incorrect, it is ALWAYS okay to let them know that, regardless of your motivation. amirite?

by Mediocre-Current-508 2 weeks ago

How can we be sure enough to call something objective?

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

then, i won't say anything if this is your wish. but if you know the way, are you willing to share?

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

If someone makes a minor grammatical slip during a long funeral eulogy, you should interrupt and call them out on it? It is not ALWAYS okay.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I don't care as much about things that don't affect me as you do.

by barrowsnapoleon 2 weeks ago

People who call out "mansplaining" or someone being a "knowitall" usually do that themselves, but are pissed when someone else is better at it.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Yes you can always be 'that guy' who has to show everyone that you know something.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

It takes a lot of tact to unsolicitedly correct someone. Are you sure that you have it?

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Imagine correcting someone for using perspective instead of prospective, and you're using the wrong word ("bogey") for boogie(s)...oof 🤦

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Or sometimes you can just let it go because it doesn't really matter or else was a clear slip of the tongue. Nobody likes the guy who is constantly correcting everyone. I'm all for setting the record straight or else enlightening someone if they are wrong about something, but I know there's a time and place for everything.

by Anonymous 2 weeks ago