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  1. Maybe an unpopular opinion, but if you’re not prepared to hear an honest answer to that question, you could just say “good morning”.

  2. When I was in high school the correct response to the question “What’s up?” was always “What’s up?”

    At first I thought it was odd until I saw some of those old movies from the 40s and 50s where the women would respond “How do you do?” whenever they were introduced to somebody who first asked “How do you do?”.

  3. Boss: “Good morning! How is everybody doing today?”

    Me: “Do you want the honest answer, or the polite answer?”

  4. I get it. You want to be honest, tell people how your really doing. But then you feel like your putting them in a position they didn’t want to be in, hearing all your problems. So you stay quiet, and keep quiet. And that becomes your go to so eventually you feel very isolated even to those you trust because you feel like a burden if you did talk. so better stay silent and let other people enjoy their lives while you deal with things inside, as best you can. Yes I get this comic.

  5. When your at work and a customer asks how you are

    like bro, if I answered my question truthfully, my boss would get upset

  6. I have spent a significant portion of my live genuinelly responding to this as if it was a real question and even now will do it for fun…

  7. When my coworkers ask me “how are you today” I respond “I’m here.” That can be either good or bad, depending on their opinion, not mine. If they’re happy, it makes them think I’m happy to be here, too. In reality, it means I would rather be anywhere else doing anything else than being at work, dealing with my moronic associates every day!

  8. Nobody really cares. They act like they do to give the illusion that they’re thinking about you but at the end of the day, they’re either wanting something from you or they’re trying to keep up the appearance of giving a shit about your mental health.

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