I Respect People’s Preferences Until Someone Tells Me They Hate A T-Shirt
Okay so maybe you don’t know what I’m talking about, but if you are a man who respects people’s preferences until someone tells you they don’t like a certain style of T-Shirt, then you are a winner right there. It doesn’t matter if you are the guy with the cool T-Shirt or you are the person looking for that cool T-Shirt to wear to work, school, the mall, or the park. If you respect people’s preferences until someone tells you they don’t like a certain style of T-Shirt, then you are a winner right there. Okay so now that I got that out of the way, let me tell you why I respect people’s preferences, and you should too.
If you are someone who likes to wear really cool T-Shirts, and someone tells you they don’t like a T-Shirt you like, you should be able to put them in the shoe. Without bias, you can look at two people who are both wearing the same T-Shirt style and say one is hot while the other is not. With no bias involved, you can see which style is liked more by the person who wants it more, without subjecting someone to the whims of another. This is true regardless of their personal beliefs or political views.
So if you are someone who doesn’t like certain styles of T-Shirts, and someone tells you they hate a particular style, how do you respond? Well, you simply look at the T-Shirt in question, recognize its appeal to you personally, and say to yourself “I respect people’s preferences until someone tells me they hate a T-Shirt”. If they tell you they don’t like it, then cool, don’t give them what they want; but if they say they do like it, then you can respect their wishes.