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See how they treat service workers



  • People reveal their true natures when they deal with others who have no power and can never return a favor.
  • They feel immune and free of all consequences—so they let it rip. Their true self comes to the forefront.

This is one of the most reliable indicators of trustworthiness that you will find. 

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yuyutsu

Content Curator | Absurdist | Amateur Gamer | Failed musician | Successful pessimist | Pianist |

I wish somebody had told me these things when I was younger. I now practice them when I need to get a fast assessment of people I don’t know well.

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