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Everyone has their own little idiosyncrasies Authentic Jaleel Johnson Jersey , like counting steps or washing their hands or trying to memorize pi to the 10,000th decimal point. At least I think they do, don't they? And Authentic Pat Elflein Jersey , even though I've never admitted this before, I too have my own idiosyncrasies.

From the time I was a little boy I would subconsciously ask myself this question when I was with someone. "Do I like this person more or less now than I did a minute ago?" It was not until I was an adult that I realized that everyone asks themself the same question. Maybe not as frequently, and maybe not out loud Authentic Danielle Hunter Jersey , but they ask just the same. That leads me to last Saturday.

Last Saturday afternoon my wife and I invited a couple over for lunch and a swim. Now it's important to keep in mind that this is my house and my swimming pool, and I'm proud of it. Just like you're proud of your property.

As soon as they arrived my guest jumped into the swimming pool and popped out of the water rubbing his eyes. "This chlorine water is horrible" he said. "It burns my eyes. I have a saltwater swimming pool and this is never a problem with my pool."

Sixty seconds had passed and I concluded without hesitation that I liked him less. But what did he do that caused me to feel this way?

He insulted me by implying that I was either stupid for having a chlorine swimming pool or that I was incompetent for not taking care of it properly. (As a side note, my pool is perfectly ap.com/]Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys[/url] Cheap Adidas NHL Jerseys

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