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Actions speak louder than words
pillowman · M Best Comment
Sometimes we do something that might seem wrong to a certain person. We do it to make that certain person to make a decision that the outcome of that decision is better for that person. That certain person will never know that you did that action for the certain person’s well being. So that certain person will think you’re an ass, because actions speak louder than words. On the other hand because you did them a great service by doing that action it shows that you are really a good person. Because actions speak louder than words.
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@pillowman That sounds like manipulation. Just speaking for myself, it would be the quickest way for a person to lose my trust. 😐
BLP11520 · 61-69, M

Yes -I get a lot more action when I’m on my knees with my mouth open then if I ask “do you want a blow job"
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@Submissiveiendencies which men need
SnailTeeth · 36-40
These fuckers who apologise for every little thing, but don't correct their behavior.
That's BS.
Those fuckers who want to do more, but can't.
That's important to consider.
The majority of ppl are POS, esp. the ones who don't think they are. Thus, it's important to exercise our resistance to our indolent self-serving natures, but words don't always get to the point of action and that's not always anyone's fault in particular.
Arorin · M
A silent fart in a packed car where you control the window locks with muster up some pretty loud dialog so wouldnt say always.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@Arorin sbd
WhatLifeIsFor · 41-45, M
it depends, sometimes a good act is ruined by few words
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
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BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@Magichorse right
Musicman · 61-69, M
There is another statement that says talk is cheap.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
IamCuriousBabe · 51-55, F
I believe they do, except for people who are deceitful and have a knack for acting. It will take more than one instance, however, as well as the observations of other people who see those actions, to confirm your understanding of them.
ServantOfTheGoddess · 61-69, M
Yes. But words are very important as well; there are many circumstances where saying something [b]is[/b] an action.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
smiler2012 · 56-60
{@blp11520] yes it better in some cases to do what you said then rather talk about it and then do nothing
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BLP11520 · 61-69, M
Jayciedubb · 56-60, M
@Magichorse your comment actually supports the claim, (actions make words. Actions make actions. therefore actions speak louder). However, by saying 'but', it implies you're being a contrarian. 'And' would have been a better conjunction. (Conjunction, thank you Schoolhouse Rock 😉)
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They do, but actions can be confusing too.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@SW-User true
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
That’s good 👍
minxy · 46-50, F
Yes, they certainly speak a lot louder.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@minxy yeah they do
Jayciedubb · 56-60, M
Truer words have never been assembled or arranged
pillowman · M
Thank you very much for the best comment!
Jayciedubb · 56-60, M
..sometimes its the silence that speaks the loudest.
Patriot96 · 56-60, C
Well done is better than well said
Basia · 41-45, F
It is true. I think.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@Basia ok cool
Jeephikelove · 46-50, F
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@Jeephikelove ok cool
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
Ultimately, yes. But words can warn of impending actions.
BLP11520 · 61-69, M
@bijouxbroussard that's true

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