no one’s listening, they’re all watching

by chloepeh

It’s not what you say, but how you say it.

In a job interview,
it’s not so much what you say, but how professional/reliable/creative you put it.
*Depending on the role you’re applying for.
Tone, body language and then bullshit your way through.
In a social gathering,
it’s not so much what you say, but how confident you put it.
How you insert yourself into a conversation, and bullshit whatever you want.
In a relationship,
it’s not so much what you say, it is really the epitome of how you say it.

After sometime, i think i stopped complaining about how no one’s really listening anymore.
I don’t blame them, because i learnt not to listen too much either.
Words can be colorful, sugar coated, dramatic, and they are very cheap.
If you are wise, you’d be guarded.

At the end of the day, no one’s really listening to words.
Everyone’s looking at the actions louder than words,
so much that sometimes words don’t even matter at the end of the day.
Just like how the popular kid can get away with whatever offensive comment, because he’s just popular.
Which is ironic because if you take it up a notch and spot that action in itself,
that action should end up being counter productive.
But some people, just want to take advantage of that i guess, ride the coat tail of them popular kids and kiss their ass anyways. It’s not uncommon how human interactions and its complexities make me go asdfgdsddwtfbbq??#@?

Hence point of this is, there’s not much point in recognizing this anyway.
Some (annoying/stupid) people are just going to play by their own rules.
What is logic. what is ethic. what is morales.
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