Do whatever floats your boat

On tolerance …

Do whatever floats your boat, as long as it doesn’t sink mine.

My Thoughts: One of my biggest turn-offs is when someone bashes something they don’t like or something they disagree with, just because they can. There are a lot of things that don’t appeal to me but describing why to someone they do appeal to (who didn’t ask) doesn’t make me any stronger or any better of a person. For example: I am not a fan of Chinese food, doesn’t mean I am going to point at someone’s plate of fried rice and start calling it gross. Love what you love and if someone doesn’t agree, then more for you.

It’s a constant battle as someone who spends a good amount of time online for their business. Everyone has their own opinion and they all believe they are right. What works for me, may not work for you and that’s okay.

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It’s important as members of the online community to recognize the difference between an engaging debate and bullying. If there is no reason you need to change their mind then why bother?

I love bacon, I think it’s amazing and I could eat it every day, with every meal (if I wasn’t worried about the fat and grease) but if you don’t that’s okay. I’ll take yours. My best friend Mark loves tequila with Sprite most people think that is a waste of tequila but to each his own. There are so many people in the world. We all make up this beautiful crazy melting pot, so we don’t need to be the same. That would be so boring!

What are some things you often find yourself defending that you shouldn’t have to? What are some things you love that aren’t that popular? ¬†Tell me below in the comments!¬†

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