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  • I say exactly what I think. Boy sometimes it gets me into some trouble.
  • I usually say EXACTLY what I thing and give my Honest Opinion. The only exception would be IF it might hurt someone's feelings and then I TRY to be as tactful as possible.
  • Children ... five years old or younger.
  • I do, 99% of the time
  • That would be my girlfriend Sue....it's one of her attributes that I like. I never have to guess where she stands on any issue.
  • I know a few ABers that say what they mean. I admire that in a person. Sometimes I wish I could just do it like that too. But I am too nice. My sister is like that too! +5
  • Some old buttholes who give waitresses a hard time. That's about it. Even Harry S Truman had the good since to be nice as well as honest.
  • I do most of the time. I usually wait for my opinion to be asked, otherwise I might just have to bite my tongue...because once I open my mouth, what comes out is exactly what I think.
  • Till now it's only me.I haven't found anyone like that but,the hope is still there.
  • *cough* Jerv *cough* *cough* Oops! Sorry, I had something in my throat :)
  • i been trying to, it goes well sometimes. the trick is not to say EVERY thing you think, just don't change what your saying.
  • yes...I've lived with him for more than 30 years.....that person is me.
  • Yes and It's a very bad quality.
  • NO! And I'd better not ever meet them, either. Some things ought not be said no matter WHO you are.
  • I usually do say what is on my mind, but at the same time try not to do it where it makes someone upset or say it in a derogatory manner. Anyone can say what they feel as long as they do it in a good way because if you sit back and be quiet how is someone suppose to know anything about you as a person? Its not rocket science,,and thanks for the good question
  • i know people who claim to and they do piss people off on a regular basis but i would think that there are some situations that they would use their brain to mouth filter+3.
  • Yes, it is my friend!
  • Yep. The person that stares back at me in the mirror every day. If you have any doubts, follow my posts and you'll see the hate and anger that I beckon amongst the self-righteous and hollier than thou types
  • Yes Me.
  • yes i do. i have a friend hu doesn't care wat ppl thnk n she says anythin' she wants. somtimes it gets on ppl's nerves b'cus she doesn't considr their feelings. but it's somtimes ok 2 have a friend lyk dat so dat they neva lie 2 u.
  • Yes. Sirius and Sirus (LOL).+
  • The only ones that do that are ones that are not always thinking. +5 because why in the heck not.
  • Yup. Me. It's kept me down in life in some ways, but I wouldn't change it. Eeveryone knows what to expect from me.
  • Yes, and they are among the biggest assholes on this planet. I say what I think MOST of the time and almost all the time when asked, but it is hard to get through life if you "ALWAYS" say exactly what you are thinking. When one sees a deformed child it is not necessary or sensible to blurt out "I feel so sorry for a child having to go through life like that" even if one was thinking just that. Some things are better left unsaid. A lot of people are claiming they do all the time and i am calling shenanigans. Everyone wants to be thought of as some kind of "straight shooter" , ignoring the ramifications of "always". It would be damn near impossible to be around old or terminally ill people if they did. Imagine being pulled over by the police and blurting out "just shut up and give me the ticket, you doughnut gobbling dickhead"? I doubt most people are thinking anything positive in that situation that would not make the situation worse.
  • Sadly, I see this person in the mirror every day.
  • We can eliminate the entire USA Government!
  • Yes, my husband does that.
  • Actually I know several people like that. One of my best friends is pretty open about how he feels about everything.
  • Yes, and they usually end up regretting it. I usually say what I think, as long as I believe it to be the truth. I don't try to hurt anyone, but if they ask me for my opinion, then I will tell them the truth. If they don't want to hear it, then I believe they are a hypocrite for asking.
  • Probably not. I know people who say exactly what they think a lot of the time, but not enough to say always. It's not always good to say exactly what you think all the time, anyway. There are times when it is completely unhealthy. I know this because I talk a lot and there are many things I've said that I never should have said. I should have kept my mouth shut and kept my thoughts to myself. There are also times when it is inappropriate to do such a thing. For example, you should be quiet when you are remembering a war at a solemn assembly (ex. on Remembrance Day, Veteran's Day, etc). You should also be quiet during church sermons when you are not permitted to speak, at school when you're expected not to talk, at funeral services unless you're asked to speak, etc. There is a time and a place for everything. If you're walking down a sidewalk with a friend, talk all you want. However, you should obey what your culture expects of you when it comes to a time and place to be silent and respectful. Solemn assemblies at war are designed so that you can remember what happened and reflect on it using your thoughts, not your mouth. Funerals are to remember the person who passed away for friends and family who were close to or knew the person who died. When the teacher is talking in class, you're expected to be silent so that your peers can hear what the teacher is saying so he or she doesn't need to repeat himself or herself. Silence during that time also allows the brain to function and the students to learn. So yeah, I'm going back to my original point. There is a time and place for everything. I highly doubt anyone always says exactly what they think, no matter what they say.
  • I know of many.
  • Yup, several people, like conservatives telling the truth. :-) And the more they talk, the more people listen. :-)
  • YES me lol
  • yeah thats me!!!!! gets me in alot of trouble aswell! it also doesnt help that i cant lie to save my life either!!!!
  • That person probably wouldn't have made it to adulthood so no.
  • Yes, my boyfriend (unfortunately). It's not a good thing.
  • yes i have a friend who says ANYTHING that comes to mind. sometimes its annoying b/c she'll ask a question and then answer it herself LOL!
  • Thats an overrated and romanticized idea. You have to show discretion sometimes.
  • Nobody says what they think all the time..no
  • not many people, but there are a few :)
  • I'm pretty good at that.
  • yes i do mainly why not better to say what you think than lie all the time.
  • yes why not isnt it better to speak you mind than lie of course some people you cant say anything to.
  • Yes, my mother. Sometimes things are better left unsaid.
  • Its my friend!
  • MY GRANDMOTHER!
  • Yes, and although I do like straight forward people I do think being tackful at times isn't all that bad. I will tell you exactly what I think if you ask me, I don't just say what I think to anyone if it's none of my business.
  • yes i do it if people dont like what ive said tuff
  • yes i do ! and honsetly, they have been punched quite a few times, maybe its best to think before you speak! :P
  • That would be me. My friends all say I am as subtle as a frieght train...lol but honnestly most people don't appreciate it. I say it how it is and sometimes peoples feelings get hurt, even though that was not my intention..I just don't lie or beat around the bush,or butter things up, I just say it like it is.
  • Yeah and I consider it more a problem than I do a good thing. I can be a bit harsh.
  • me! altho since thats true i sometimes have to say you dont what to know what i think, to save myself - at least ive warned them!
  • Yeah, in fact I know many people like that including both my grandfathers and my dad, who always honestly say what they think, be it good or bad.
  • probably but i cant remember exactly who

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