You can’t ask that!
These 9 Qs should never pass your lips.
EVER. Period. Don’t got there. We mean it.
Source: Keep Calm
Sharing secrets with your gals may be like, tradition but, things can still get a little awks even if you and your squad are total #friendshipgoals. We’ve all seen those uncomfortable eyebrow raising and uber-cringe-worthy foot-in-mouth moments, or been unlucky enough to put our own foot in it?
So if your social skills are more Sheldon than Penny, we’ve got you covered with nine questions you just DON’T ASK.
1) "Why are you still single?”
Cue eye roll. Obvs not having a bae is the most interesting aspect of someone's life. This is not flattery, and frankly, it's just annoying. Maybe ask how they continue to kill it minus a significant other, instead? (Or try a diplomatic conversation course online somewhere!)
2) "Don’t you know that’s bad for you?”
We all know sugar is the devil and green smoothies are the embodiment of the Holy One, but don’t be that guy. No one likes that guy. Just go eat your kale and be sad.
3) "What’s your number?”
We’re all for safe “relations”, but guys, no one is gonna be happy with the answer to this one. Like, srsly, what conclusions are you hoping to draw from this? It’s 2017 people, feel the liberation.
4) "When are you having kids?”
We will give you a hint: when she’s in labour, that’s when.
5) "When are you getting married?”
When my father has enough goats for the dowry back in 1950, which is where this question
6) "But where are you “really” from?’
Person 1: “So where are you from?”
Person 2: “Australia.”
Person 1: “No, where are you “reaallly” from?”
Let's all roll our eyes together.
7) "What were you thinking when you dated, *insert ex-bae here*?”
Très condescending, even if it is an attempt to be supportive, IT’S NOT.
8) "How much do you weigh?”
Mmmm... I'm about 100 kilograms of none of your business.
9) "Are you wearing that?"
No, I just changed into this right before walking out the door for lols. I’m actually going naked. Unless you're Miranda Priestly, keep your opinion to yourself.
By: Kaitlyn Wilson