Wednesday, December 7, 2011

In Which I Define

TACT (noun) [takt]: 1. a sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offense; skill in dealing with difficult or delicate situations. 2. knowing what is appropriate or tasteful.

Basically, not this:




I found this sitting on a shelf in the book section of a local discount store yesterday, and found it too awfully perfect. But more awful. I mean, they could at least help out and try to talk an otherwise depressed individual out of said hanging by offering up some positive thinking.


And that, my friends, is how we turn tactless into tactful.

5 Comments:

Poke The Rock said...

Reasons to live doesn't look like a very thick book tho. But nice move!

Eva Gallant said...

I agree with Poke. Seems like that book should be thicker!

Chuck said...

Well played sir...pure genius.

Badass Geek said...

Poke the Rock: I guess there aren't always a lot of reasons. Thanks!

Eva Gallant: Yeah, probably.

Chuck: Thank you, Sir.

Jennifer said...

Glad you fixed that mess...

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