This shouldn’t be hard, first person to the door holds it for those behind them regardless of gender.
I have yet to have someone hold a door open for me. I mean it has only been 30ish years, shouldn’t be much longer right 😛
really, nobody? where do you live. I hold the door for people all the time.
Well, I live in a place with doors, so the rest is rather irrelevant 😛
Not really, I was curious what country, to see the cultural difference between where I live and you live. I would say I likely hold a door open most days I leave my house, so I’m just surprised.
Was being difficult for the sake of it. Australia.
huh, strange. it’s just part of the culture here.
if someone is a few steps behind me, i always hold the door open if i am the first one there
Yep, hold the door for women or men if i am at it and they are about to go through.. I guess i was taught it was good manners, not me deciding they could go through. Such power I possessed and never knew.
Apparently, this is feminism. I am sorry to all the women I’ve held doors open for, even though what was going through my mind was that I wanted to be nice.
I always hold doors open for ladies (And guys). It’s the way I was bought up. It has nothing to do with patriarchy and everything to do with being polite and having manners.
I hold the door open for other people, gender is irrelevant. If you think someone holding the door open for you is a sign of anything other than common courtesy then maybe the problem is with you and not them.
Whenever I come across one of these, I wish it was possible to kick someone over the Internet.
Does it help to know there is a 99.9% chance they are trolls?
No, because I know for a fact that some of them aren’t trolls.
If I ever encounter someone who responds like that when I just try to be nice, the proverbial gloves come off, and you most likely go home crying.
I would just look em in the eye and say “I’m a sub” and watch their brain explode, whether it’s true or not
i hold doors for people all the time. am i secretly a controlling man? *looks in mirror suspiciously* nah, just an honorary Canadian.