Learn to read between the lines

Learn to read between the lines.

2 comments

  1. Jodi Ambrose · March 27, 2012

    That is sage advice. Simple, yet following those words can give you a great deal of insight you may not have gotten had you failed to do so. I just gave another blogger that very quote yesterday when talking about online dating. A girl (or guy) has to read between the lines when reading emails/profiles if they have any hope at all of filtering out who is genuine and who leans more towards nefarious. Have a great day!

    • Stuart Otway-Smith · March 27, 2012

      Hehe I had to look up nefarious thanks for that I like to learn a new word per day if I can.

      nefarious |niˈfe(ə)rēəs| adjective
      (typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal:

      Each day I seek to better myself even if it is a little bit, Have a great day as well!

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