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How would you react when a stranger wishes you good morning?

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    U wot m8

    Think for the first ten second, (To analyse the magic which I have just witnessed) the then smile and wish them the same.

    If it was a male I'd tell them to check their privilege, accuse them of sexually harassing me and then write about it on my tumblr blog/make a YouTube video about it.

    If it was a female I'd tip my femdora at her

    I'm usually the one who says it first

    then I usually get a grumpy reply and just think "ffs why do I bother? they're so miserable... oh well maybe tomorrow they'll be happier"

    It's been a year and still waiting for the receptionist at work to be happy

    it's so nice when people say it first / respond happily and with a smile
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