How to be a good person for morons

Grace Hensley, Staff Reporter

  1. Don’t call people out on their faults

They’ll figure it out themselves.  After all, it’s their problem, why are you worrying about it?  

  1. Listen to other people, not just yourself.  

Nothing is more annoying than when someone doesn’t let you have your own opinion.  Listen to who you’re talking to. Even if their opinion is stupid, just nod and act like your listening.  

  1. Please, I’m begging you, take a shower.  

If you’re talking to someone and all of a sudden smell the disgusting scent radiating off their body, you know the strength it takes not to cringe and make a face at them.  We all know somebody that we’ve had this encounter with. If you don’t, I hate to break it to you, but it’s probably you.

  1. Don’t play victim when you know it’s your fault.

We all have issues, you’re not the only one.  We all make mistakes, embrace them.

  1. Don’t kick people when they’re down.  

Emotionally or physically.  It hurts and can take emotional toll on someone really bad.  Oh yeah, and physically.