"No, Thank you" shouldn't be an issue
Friday, May 11, 2018
I've received a letter. What started out as a friendly 'thank you for the visit' turned into 'we heard you didn't eat, I have food at my house, you don't need to starve yourself'..
Kind of perturbed at this..firstly, I wasn't hungry but out of politeness I did try a meatball. Ack, cough, gawwwwd, if I had a napkin I'd spit this out. Geeeez, it was disgusting.
Not sure what went wrong in the making of these meatballs, there were some 'faces' made of the people choosing to eat them. Unsurprisingly, there were plenty of leftover meatballs.
My only other options were spaghetti, I have a wheat allergy, so that's out...then the whole "No, thank you, I'm not hungry" thing. If you're not hungry, you're not hungry..
I'm kind of at a loss here. I feel I need to confront the woman that told a number of other people that I'm starving myself and ask her not to do that again.
Since when did "No, thank you" turn into such a controversy?
Why do people feel obligated to shove food at you?