When someone tells me they have to go, I say something back like,``Well I have to go work on my documentary. We'll talk later. Is this okay?
- ZLv 58 months agoFavourite answer
I don't think so. It sounds like you are taking their statement as a rejection, so you quickly make up your own excuse to leave them as a counteraction to their perceived rejection. You may need to change the way you perceive things, just because someone says that they 'have to go' doesn't mean that they didn't enjoy talking with you or that you are not important - people cannot talk with you forever, conversations are meant to come to an end sometime. The important thing is to watch for body cues that tells you when a person wants to leave to do other things or when the conversation is losing its appeal and be prepared to end it or at least be very accepting when others end it.
- choko_canyonLv 78 months ago
Is it okay?? Okay with whom? What do you mean "okay"?
- ♠ Merlin ♠Lv 78 months ago
you sound pretentious
if you had to go scrub the toilet, would you say that? No you wouldnt, you would do the same as millions of others and say "yes i need to get on too, speak to you later"
It is only because you think its an impressive thing to say, that you say it
- 8 months ago