269 Things you should never say to me.

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I keep seeing these “Things you should never say to a (fill in the blank)” articles (like this) circulate around social media. Curious of the demands, I did a quick Google search of things you should never say, and I quickly found 100 different articles. Here is a brief list of people you should never say (or ask) specific things to according to Google:

  1. New mothers.
  2. New parents.
  3. Parents with newborns.
  4. Parents
  5. Your pregnant wife.
  6. Childless people.
  7. Co-sleeping parents.
  8. Mothers who are breast-feeding.
  9. Mothers not breast-feeding.
  10. Parents of preemies.
  11. Working moms.
  12. Stay at home moms.
  13. Unmarried women.
  14. Unmarried men.
  15. Cutters.
  16. Film Makers.
  17. People from Texas.
  18. People with disabilities.
  19. Parents with autistic children.
  20. Someone losing weight.
  21. Someone gaining weight.
  22. Vegans.
  23. Vegetarians.
  24. Teachers.
  25. Doctors.
  26. Nurses.
  27. Bosses.
  28. Employees.
  29. Gay people.
  30. Trans people.
  31. Bi-Sexual people.
  32. Women.
  33. Men.
  34. Kids.
  35. Grandparents.
  36. People with depression.
  37. People with migraines.
  38. Adopted people.
  39. Parents with adopted children.
  40. Engaged women.
  41. Bartenders.
  42. Servers.
  43. Children at restaurants.
  44. British people.
  45. Atheists.
  46. Catholics.
  47. Christians.
  48. Jews.
  49. Muslims.
  50. Girlfriends.
  51. Boyfriends.
  52. Irishmen.
  53. Co-workers.
  54. Workers at farmers markets.
  55. Bakers (Cake not weed).
  56. Bakers (Weed not cake).
  57. Upset children.
  58. People with brain Injuries.
  59. Disney World workers.
  60. Person in a wheelchair.
  61. Deaf people.
  62. Blind people.
  63. Flight attendants.
  64. People with fibromyalgia.
  65. People with lupus.
  66. People with cancer.
  67. Short girls.
  68. Bostonians.
  69. Grandchildren.
  70. Dog Owners.
  71. Cat owners.
  72. Instructors.
  73. Film buffs.
  74. People from Africa.
  75. Women over 30.
  76. Women in their 20’s.
  77. Catholic mothers.
  78. Children’s ministry volunteers.
  79. Social media managers.
  80. Women trying to conceive.
  81. Customers.
  82. Grieving persons.
  83. Single people.
  84. Nintendo fans.
  85. Special needs parents.
  86. Breast cancer survivors.
  87. Introverted people.
  88. Pastors.
  89. Female lifters.
  90. Bilingual children.
  91. Dance teachers.
  92. Software testers.
  93. Someone who owns their own business.
  94. Reporters.
  95. Skaters.
  96. Widows.
  97. College coaches.
  98. Gamer girls.
  99. People with Crohns’.
  100. Gifted children.

In conclusion, my research proves you should basically err on the side of caution and never speak to anyone ever again.

 

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