The “Just Sayin” Rule

I’d like to make a new rule.

Any sentence preceding the phrase Just Sayin, should not be said in the first place.

“Just sayin” is only said after obnoxious or insulting sentences. These are better left unsaid. We all say things that hurt other people, intentionally or not. Shrugging your shoulders are muttering, “Just Sayin” diminishes the feelings of the other person. It doesn’t create an excuse, it makes it worse.

It’s like saying the mean thing and then saying, “I know that’s hurtful, but I don’t care. I didn’t break their bones, I just hurt their feelings. Feelings are for losers.”

Im just sayin. It should be a rule.

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