Being honest and straightforward has its perks, but it could also lead to people mistaking you for being rude and weird! But nonetheless, you love less bullshitting and more getting things done. Here are 9 things only straightforward people will instantly relate to.
1.) You hate pretentious people!
People who think they are somebody they clearly aren’t! You cannot tolerate wannabes. In fact, it drives you away immediately because well, no one wants to be around people who cannot even be themselves!
2.) You often cut peoples sentences short, as you have zero tolerance for beating around the bush conversations.
“Just get to the point already! I don’t have all day to listen to your backup stories again and again. Just tell me what is wrong and we will get it sorted.” – That is how you talk usually.
3.) People often mistaken your straightforward nature as being rude or uninterested. *sigh*
Well, what can you do? You’re just being honest! If people think being honest means being rude, well, then these kinda people get lied to their faces A LOT OF TIMES!
4.) When you are a person who is honest and straightforward with others, you expect the same from them!
But alas, you rarely find another honest soul like you. Only you know how valuable it is to have a friend who doesn’t sugar coat everything.
5.) Hypocrites are like bugs and hence you have an urge of crushing them!
You don’t understand how they can be so confused in life. They say one thing and then do another. How weird! Why are you like that? You question them that everyday, all the time.
6.) The advantage of being straightforward is that all your friends trust your opinion and come to you for practical advice.
You are the best person in your friend circle to approach to be a advice giver. You will always speak the truth and your friends will cherish this trait in your forever.
7.) There are some friends who actually try being as honest, but suck at it! After all, being brutally honest takes style and years of practice.
Your friend who is known to sugar coat everything starts becoming honest, it is a moment of pride for you. Though your mind be like- It ain’t suitin’ you as much as me!
8.) You also have awkward times when you’re supposed to shut up, but go on and on.
A bad time to be honest is when you friend is crying and you need to lie. But you don’t, and frankly tell her that it was her fault too and BAAAMMM! You just lost a friend.
9.) Your friends have a tough time introducing you to new people thanks to your straightforward nature.
“Hey Anne meet Dhisti.”
“Hi I’m Dhisti, I don’t like your shoes.”
“And…. she’s a very straight-forward person. Moving on!”