Is it rude to say whatsup?

Is it rude to say whatsup?

“Sure – what’s up?” – seems like a polite enough way to ask what the problem is, although certainly very informal. But as a response to someone asking you to fill out a questionnaire, it doesn’t seem to make much sense. It seems like your response just needed to be yes or no at this point.

What is the greatest enemy of politeness?

ego

Is polite a personality trait?

Recent research suggests that our tendency to be “nice” can be separated into two related but distinct personality traits: politeness and compassion. We see these differences play out in social decision making, where politeness is linked to being fair and compassion to helping others.

Why is it difficult for an egoist to be polite?

people with egoist attitude are selfish and also they have ego problem they think that they are great from every other person. Because of the selfish nature they cannot behave politely but it is not impossible if they would try greatly then no one could stop them they can also be polite.

How do you talk very politely?

Follow these tips and you should make the right impression when you talk to people.

  1. Listen and be understanding.
  2. Avoid negative words – instead use positive words in a negative form.
  3. Say the magic word: Sorry.
  4. Use little words to soften your statements.
  5. Avoid ‘finger pointing’ statements with the word ‘you’

Is being too polite a weakness?

Many people think that “being nice” is the way to go, but this often comes from a place of insecurity and needing the approval and validation of others. People who are too nice are usually people pleasers. People-pleasing always backfires and is a weakness that can hurt one personally and professionally.

Why is politeness called the limited part of benevolence?

It is the desire to put those whom we meet perfectly at their ease, and save them from every kind of petty discomfort and annoyance. The limited part of benevolence called politeness requires only an inclination to make them happy temporarily, while they are in our presence.