Choose your words carefully.

Here's a quick object lesson on why it's important to know your audience and choose your words carefully.

7 comments:

  1. I love that. My mom just sent me an email about a conversation with my brother's wife who is from the Philippeans (sp?). She and her daughter-in-law are drawn to each other but neither have any idea what the other is saying. Yesterday my mom thought she said she wanted to go bowling. Turned out, she only wanted to go to Vons. That doesn't even sound the same.

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  2. Lol, bowling and Vons? That probably would have been fun converstion to listen to.

    Well I don't think you have to worry Candi I'm pretty sure that your audience understands your "words".

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  3. I LOVE this video. I've seen it before. What a perfect example for knowing your audience!

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  4. Oh my goodness, I laughed SO hard, then I showed my hubby and he laughed, then I called my Mom and showed her, and she laughed.

    So, yeah... we all concur... you are funny ;)

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  5. HAHAHAHAH! I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! And it's so true! LOL! I just showed my kids again! hehehe! They have to laugh too! Jenni

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  6. Yes I would rather that my audience be thinking instead of sinking while reading my novel.

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  7. Jessie, Ha! :) Me too! thanks for stopping by my blog.

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