Today's social dilemma happened to me this morning on the way to work. It's not what I was going to talk about today but it happened and it took me aback so I wanted to talk about it with you. Everyday on my way in, I stop at the same convenience store for my soda and muffin. I know pretty much everyone that works in the store and it's a familiar atmosphere. But today when I was checking out, the guy behind the counter, who I see all the time, said "What's Wrong with your hair?" Now I didn't think there was anything wrong with my hair. So I asked him and he said it just looks different today. And I asked if that meant bad different and he quickly said no no, just different, but the deed had been done. It kind of threw me off my game. Now I think my hair looks like my hair so I'm not upset about it but it got me thinking, do you think it was okay for him to say that? I do see him almost every day, but we don't really know each other. Would you say it to an acquaintance? Do you think it's an appropriate thing to ask? If something was horribly wrong, I would want my friends to say something, but not the convenience store guy. What do you think? Appropriate or not? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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