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Life is only what you wonder.

Wednesday, April 14, 2004

"Don't Worry About That."

That's my new favorite phrase.
I must have said it at least twenty times yesterday.
When someone asks a personal question they have absoloutely no business asking in the first place. My response:
    "Don't worry about that."
When someone offers their (unsolicited) opinion,which is usually negative, about something I've said or something I did.
    "Don't worry about that."

This phrase is so darned useful, it's nearly exceeding the words "please" and "thank you" in my vocabulary.
It's a nice way of saying "It's none of yer beeswax" without sounding like a big fat jerk.

Of course, it might come across that way anyway, but you know what?
I don't worry about that.