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The All Knowing

TO SPOT AN ALL-KNOWING FELLOW

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  1. S/he has always something to say though not asked
  2. Would tell you things that happened to them though it’s none of your business
  3. Argues all the time
  4. Speaks all the time
  5. S/he is always right

 

HOW TO AVOID THEM or MAKE THEM SHUT UP:

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  1. The moment you see them from afar, turn around ala-Julia Roberts in the Runaway Bride.
  2. If you have nowhere else to go and all is left is to greet them, SMILE. (Do you have any choice?)
  3. The moment they start bragging about things they know, test their knowledge like asking, “Do you know who wrote Pride and Prejudice?”
  4. Don’t sit with them on the same table.
  5. Try to “dubsmash” what they’re saying.

 

Admit it or not, wherever we go, we’ll encounter people who are like this. They just don’t get tired talking all day which is such a pain in the neck.

On a personal note, I don’t hate them, I just don’t like ’em.

Is there anything we could advise for these people? SAD NEWS: None. Just let them talk.

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Author:

Hi, I'm Ivannod. A teacher by weekdays, student and blogger by weekends, and a full-time avid reader, deep thinker, internet aficionado, choir member, sister and daughter. Until now I'm still torn between being an introvert and extrovert. I think it has something to do as a millennial. Well, who cares? No one's gonna count how many times you get confuse in your life anyway. Oh, by the way, did I mention that my real name is actually spelled backward?

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