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As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 10:34pm On Nov 24, 2022
As a guest, is it rude to finish or not to finish my glass ��� before leaving or even leaving it almost untouched?
Which is rude please?
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by duro4chang(m): 10:41pm On Nov 24, 2022
domwas2:
As a guest, is it rude to finish or not to finish my glass ��� before leaving or even leaving it almost untouched?
Which is rude please?
If you are my guest and you drink my cup of wine halve, I will not be happy. If it is water I may not be angry. If you do not touch it at all no problem.

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Mbabula: 11:18pm On Nov 24, 2022
duro4chang:
If you are my guest and you drink my cup of wine halve, I will not be happy. If it is water I may not be angry. If you do not touch it at all no problem.
I go with you

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by duro4chang(m): 11:20pm On Nov 24, 2022
Mbabula:
I go with you
I like you,

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Mbabula: 11:30pm On Nov 24, 2022
duro4chang:
I like you,
Like one moniker normally say... You are a real nigga and your signature affirm to that, lol

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Pringles101: 11:31pm On Nov 24, 2022
duro4chang:
I like you,
So gay angry

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by PlayerMeji: 11:34pm On Nov 24, 2022
Live your life...

Stop checking whether and how to please people..

YOLO
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Originalsly: 11:47pm On Nov 24, 2022
It depends .... did you pour yourself?... if yes... you have to drink it all or you will be seen as greedy/a glutton/abuser of free stuff. If no ... the host is supposed to ask if to pour you some.... if you say yes then you should tell him when to stop... quarter glass or whatever. What is poured you must drink. If the full glass was set there ... then you don't have to drink... or drink it all.

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Kobojunkie: 11:48pm On Nov 24, 2022
domwas2:
As a guest, is it rude to finish or not to finish my glass ��� before leaving or even leaving it almost untouched?
Which is rude please?
It is rude to waste food or drink in my opinion. undecided

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Richy4(m): 2:09am On Nov 25, 2022
But OP, I have a question for you.. the left over drinks in the glass, Who are you keeping it for?
What is the motives behind keeping such drinks?

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 10:30am On Nov 25, 2022
My thoughts as well but someone said they will see my as a hungry guest
duro4chang:
If you are my guest and you drink my cup of wine halve, I will not be happy. If it is water I may not be angry. If you do not touch it at all no problem.
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 10:31am On Nov 25, 2022
Me I dey find helper abeg let me please people until I please Angel
PlayerMeji:
Live your life...

Stop checking whether and how to please people..

YOLO
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 10:34am On Nov 25, 2022
I do finished my drink but I have a friend who abused me for finishing when I followed him somewhere that it's a sign of poverty. So I tire.
Richy4:
But OP, I have a question for you.. the left over drinks in the glass, Who are you keeping it for?
What is the motives behind keeping such drinks?
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Richy4(m): 11:08am On Nov 25, 2022
domwas2:
I do finished my drink but I have a friend who abused me for finishing when I followed him somewhere that it's a sign of poverty. So I tire.
Is that inferiority complex or what?...Please ask him this question on my behalf...If a wealthy man comes to his family home to visit his parent and finished all the food that was presented before him, what is that wealthy man's "sign"?...

If that is a sign of poverty, I didn't realize I have been a poor soul all my life... Everyone around me knows how much I like cakes no matter the flavor...So if I come to your house as a friend and you present a cake before me, especially Lemon cake..I demolish it without leaving a crumb..that means my own sign of poverty has no match
embarassed

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by GboyegaD(m): 6:51am On Nov 26, 2022
Richy4:

Is that inferiority complex or what?...Please ask him this question on my behalf...If a wealthy man comes to his family home to visit his parent and finished all the food that was presented before him, what is that wealthy man's "sign"?...

If that is a sign of poverty, I didn't realize I have been a poor soul all my life... Everyone around me knows how much I like cakes no matter the flavor...So if I come to your house as a friend and you present a cake before me, especially Lemon cake..I demolish it without leaving a crumb..that means my own sign of poverty has no match
embarassed

It is the funny mindset some people grew up with.
I tell people, if I choose to eat in your house and you give me food/meat, I will eat everything. At my age and status, the food I eat in your house isn't sufficient to make me as big as I am.

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Richy4(m): 10:17am On Nov 26, 2022
GboyegaD:


It is the funny mindset some people grew up with.
I tell people, if I choose to eat in your house and you give me food/meat, I will eat everything. At my age and status, the food I eat in your house isn't sufficient to make me as big as I am.
My brother that mindset taya meOooo..
I don't usually go to people's houses but the few that I go to, I usually eat whatever that was presented before me... Especially if I like it.... I No no say Na a walking poverty personified soul I be..I dey even do shakara on top without knowing it grin

The question is how is it ethical for someone to waste food and drinks especially the food that u can entirely consume without stress...

Sometimes, I like Oyibo people when they do this, though I can't do it but supports those who can...
while at the restaurant or an eatery, if some can't finish their meal, they ask waitresses or waiters if they can package the leftover home... That mentality would have been tagged extra ordinary poverty mentality sign I guess grin

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Channah1(f): 2:20pm On Nov 26, 2022
Rude if you don't touch it at all because it means you're downgrading what I offered you but it still better than drinking it half way cos that will go to waste as I can't help you to finish it up.

It's better to finish up the drink and nothing rude here because it was meant for you in the first place.

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Anunakeeh: 5:14pm On Nov 26, 2022
I don't usually finish my drink or food when I visit people. Even at home I don't.

The person up there who said It's a sign of poverty Is right. Your Host are watching you.Most wealthy/rich people are very sensitive.
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Richy4(m): 6:01pm On Nov 26, 2022
Anunakeeh:
I don't usually finish my drink or food when I visit people. Even at home I don't.

The person up there who said It's a sign of poverty Is right. Your Host are watching you.Most wealthy/rich people are very sensitive.
I believe you are an adult and have the right to think the way you like ...
But have you considered the fact that you may have grown up and were being scrutinized in things that u do which resulted to having the mindset that it's norm to waste food and drinks to avoid being seen as a poor man?...

What if you are rich and whoever that is gonna scrutinize you is equally rich like you.... He sets a table before you and you do justice to the meals,... In your opinion, is that still sign of poverty eating the food that u can afford any time any day?
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Anunakeeh: 6:13pm On Nov 26, 2022
Richy4:

I believe you are an adult and have the right to think the way you like ...
But have you considered the fact that you may have grown up and were being scrutinized in things that u do which resulted to having the mindset that it's norm to waste food and drinks to avoid being seen as a poor man?...

What if you are rich and whoever that is gonna scrutinize you is equally rich like you.... He sets a table before you and you do justice to the meals,... In your opinion, is that still sign of poverty eating the food that u can afford any time any day?

Chief, What I want you to know Is Our personalities differs.

Most educated and modern rich people I have met always act accordingly and are very careful with their activities. It's not like they are forming or something.

It's a thing of mastery.

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Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 12:32pm On Nov 27, 2022
I see, I guess nothing wrong with me then lol
Richy4:

Is that inferiority complex or what?...Please ask him this question on my behalf...If a wealthy man comes to his family home to visit his parent and finished all the food that was presented before him, what is that wealthy man's "sign"?...

If that is a sign of poverty, I didn't realize I have been a poor soul all my life... Everyone around me knows how much I like cakes no matter the flavor...So if I come to your house as a friend and you present a cake before me, especially Lemon cake..I demolish it without leaving a crumb..that means my own sign of poverty has no match
embarassed
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 12:37pm On Nov 27, 2022
grin grin funny
GboyegaD:


It is the funny mindset some people grew up with.
I tell people, if I choose to eat in your house and you give me food/meat, I will eat everything. At my age and status, the food I eat in your house isn't sufficient to make me as big as I am.
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by domwas2(m): 12:45pm On Nov 27, 2022
I remember my nephew visited once I offered him drink which he didn't finish, I poured it in the sink and make sure next time he visits I offer him only water.
The painful thing is that he visited when I was broke and I find my way to make sure I offered him something. Lol
Anunakeeh:
I don't usually finish my drink or food when I visit people. Even at home I don't.

The person up there who said It's a sign of poverty Is right. Your Host are watching you.Most wealthy/rich people are very sensitive.
Re: As A Guest, Is It Rude To Finish Or Not To Finish My Glass Before Leaving by Vivi01(f): 9:30pm On Nov 27, 2022
Mbabula:

I go with you

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