when I say "No" to certain things, why does it come along?
People giving me something I don't want after I said "No thanks".
Why do they violate my rights and wishes like that? If they think
saying "No" to it is like begging for it, they are sadly mistaken.
I looked up on Dictionary.com and found the definition for "No"
and it means
Use No in a sentence
1 [noh] Show IPA adverb, adjective, noun, plural noes, nos, verb
(a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request)
(used to emphasize or introduce a negative statement): Not a single person came to the party, no, not a one.
not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a comparative): He is no better.
not a (used before an adjective to convey the opposite of the adjective's meaning): His recovery was no small miracle.
not a (used before a noun to convey the opposite of the noun's meaning): She's no beginner on the ski slopes.
an utterance of the word “no.”
a denial or refusal: He responded with a definite no.
a negative vote or voter: The noes have it.
verb (used with object)
to reject, refuse approval, or express disapproval of.
verb (used without object)
to express disapproval.
no can do, Informal. it can't be done.
before 900; Middle English; Old English nā, equivalent to ne not + ā ever (see ay1 )
It also says in Dictionary.com
2 [noh] Show IPA
not any: no money.
not at all; far from being: He is no genius.
very little; negligible: We got her to the hospital in no time.
1150–1200; Middle English; variant of none1
So I don't see the logic behind smiling big after I say "No thanks" to other things. I also don't get why people act upon it, like giving someone sex after the other person said "No thank you" or trolling after someone says "No trolling" or doing things others don't want after they clearly said "No". If someone else says "Saying 'No' to (enter text in blank underline) _____________ (other things) is like begging for it", those people need a big reality check. I know what "No" really means, and others are just violating our rights and wishes, doing the things many of us resist. Why can't they just say "Okay" and move on instead? They need more education or restudying or read an English Dictionary or they need a big reality check, so they will learn something. If they think they have plenty of knowledge and still think, talk and do things we resist, I will use discernment. Because I said "No" to other things, and my rights and wishes get violated; those people say "Saying 'No' is like begging for it " when I know what I'm really talking about. I have morals and standards and plenty of knowledge, and some others are trying to teach me if they have answers against all this. I will use discernment in those cases. Wisdom proves them wrong.
Begging for it is "Please give it to be. I want it so badly. Please, please?" that is the opposite of "No". "No" is like "Get it away from me" or "Get it out of here" or "I don't want it". See? It's exactly different. Everyone should get the facts straight instead of assuming " 'No' is like begging for it" and act upon it, because "No" is the opposite of begging for other things.
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