The difficulty of expressive writing isn’t new, of course, but what’s relatively recent is the overwhelming amount of electronic exchanges we have with people whose personalities we only know digitally.Without the benefit of vocal inflections or physical gestures, it can be tough to tell e-sarcastic from e-serious, or e-cold from e-formal, or e-busy from e-angry. So we’re bound to make some wrong assumptions on both sides of the ether, and as behavioral scientists have found over the past few years, boy do we.
Maybe the problem is "he", it's you and your paranoia.
And for those who are on the weekend shift – here are the best office pranks you can start preparing for now.
After pulling this prank, your colleague will have their computer shut down whenever they try to click a commonly used program.
(Think: "I’m still all worked up from what happened last night” or "I’m infatuated with how soft your lips are.") Then get as graphic as your comfort level allows.
Sending a nude selfie may seem like an easy way to excite your partner.