If a pretty woman constantly gets hit on, is it understandable if she ignores male co-workers who say “good morning”?
Let’s say the “hitting on” never occurred at her current job, but rather before that. Therefore, as soon as she starts working there, she treats the men like they’re invisible (Of course, only the ones “below” her, as she has to kiss @$$ to her superiors who she can’t ignore) when all they said was “good morning” and general social graces when you walk past staff members. Is that a smart tactic to avoid men getting the wrong idea from her smiling and greeting them back?
- Casey YLv 72 months ago
If the reason for the attention is her appearance, it is perfectly fine for her to ignore it...just like on the street.
- SatanLv 72 months ago
It's like walking down the street and getting pestered for market surveys constantly. Someone may come up to you and simply want directions, and you'd ignore them
- Anonymous2 months ago
It is understandable that people think you are mentally ill with your hundreds of "good morning" questions.