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Are people too ready to take offence online because they cant see facial expressions?

By Mrs . Created on 05 Aug, 2020
Have you ever had someone take offence at something and been puzzled because you have only expressed surprise not disagreement. Or you have expressed sympathy and been told how could you not understand. Do you think it is because without facial expressions to observe, words can seem flat and maybe not really get your sincerity across.
Everything Else 77 votes | 4 Comments
Yes been misunderstood.

Yes been misunderstood.

No people always understand me.

No people always understand me.

Yes how can people not get it.

Yes how can people not get it.

No but I have seen it happen.

No but I have seen it happen.

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sam said on Aug 11, 2020
maybe just stop being a dick online?
Mrs said on Aug 12, 2020
What I am saying is you are posting back and forth and things seem fine then out of the blue a comment that is rude as a reply. And you notice the same person has done this to others as well. I have never seen it happen on here - but elsewhere I have.
Mrs said on Aug 13, 2020
Ha Ha - you got me there at first.
Yes been misunderstood.
JellyKat said on Aug 7, 2020
If this happens to me, I will try and explain that I did not mean to offend and apologise if it seemed that way. We have no idea how a person will react to our comment or what tragedy or issue they are going through.
Mrs said on Aug 8, 2020
Exactly my thinking. But occasionally you will notice certain people are rude quite frequently to more than one person. Though I am pleased to say - not on here.
Yes how can people not get it.
Mae said on Aug 6, 2020
The truest conversation is generally face to face, although you can find Fake People that can still be untruthful even face to face as they are Good Actors.
Mrs said on Aug 7, 2020
Know what you mean.
Yes been misunderstood.
cookie said on Aug 5, 2020
Yes, definitely. Without the tone of voice as well it is often the case where misinterpretation of the written word takes place. To help with this, I try to put explanation marks or emojis to help.