Nosy People

2013-07-11 00:38:46 by LiliumDanceOfLies

I honestly cannot stand when people decide to ask extremely personal questions and claim that they 'need to know'. I would understand them asking if they are truly concerned about me in a caring matter. However, asking these questions and only saying that you 'need to know' is not going to get you an answer

You do not need to know nor do you have the right to know. That is prying into personal information that I have a right to keep private. I don't care ultimately what your reasons are. I will withhold certain information until I feel comfortable letting you know. Otherwise, tough. You're not going to know, whether you like it or not

Also, questioning me like I'm a suspect in a murder case [yeah, bad analogy, but that's how it feels] is also not going to get you anywhere, cos quite frankly, I can't be fucked to care. Stop interrogating me. I do not appreciate it

Anyone else know how I feel?

- Lilium


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2013-07-11 02:04:59

In a predicament such as this i'd just say, "nope, i'd rather not tell you" BAM and the problem is solved :D

LiliumDanceOfLies responds:

Usually, that would work, but sadly, that is not the case here. The person in question is continuing to hound me over information that is none of their business and are not listening to me


2013-07-11 05:56:04

Yep, sounds familiar. Don't let them get to you though, there are plenty of people out there who have never heard of privacy and will keep bugging you with that. Just look for the people who do know how to respect your privacy and ignore those who can't/won't. Just fill in my questionare here about your personal life and we can continue talking. #sarcasm

Anyways, off to respond to some more random people their posts. Weee~

Greetz, Tomster1000

LiliumDanceOfLies responds:

It's the popular and annoying case of people who just won't take 'no' for an answer. They know very well about the boundaries of privacy. They just don't care