It annoys me that you can never say exactly, word for word, what you mean with this crazy species,f humans. You also have to worry about what people think you mean. As soon as someoe says something nice to you, you have to wonder if they were sarcastic. If I say anything positive to anyone who isn't a good friend, I have to worry people will think I Like them. And today I asked my mother if socializing with her was mandatory, and she got really mad. Note: I didn't say, "I won't socialize with you unless I have to." I didn't say, "I hope you don't talk to me." She interpreted it to mean those things, when really I just asked if I'd be in trouble if I didn't talk to her. I didn't want to imply anything. Just ask a question. I didn't actually mean anything at all negative towards her. It's all how humans take things. If humans were really as intelligent as they believe, they would have long since dismissed with this language that makes it so hard to understand people. If I want to say something to someone, I have to be careful to imply what I mean in a tactful way that gets the message across. They then have to puzzle out what it is I was telling them. Wouldn't it just be easier to just say everything directly in the first place, and nobody'd have to doubt themselves? However, when I attempt directly speaking, I'm accused of being rude, while I could've IMPLIED the same question and that would have been fine. And so when I say it the direct way people still assume I'm going the indirect way, and read into it anyway. I hate human communication.
Does anyone agree, or are you just going to imply that you do?