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When a person says any of these ugly phrases during a conversation, they lack sincerity and have no class or education at all.

There’s a world of difference between being genuine in a conversation and just putting on a show. The distinction boils down to intelligence, sincerity, and class. They come in all shapes, colors, nationalities and genders. Some are called Karens but they're also males.

When an individual uses certain phrases in their dialogue, it might be a telltale sign of a lack of sincerity and class.

You know what I mean?

Whatever. I can’t even… It’s not my problem

I don’t care… Whatever happens, happens

Not my fault… I’m just saying…

The complexities of human communication and sincerity often lie in the choice of our words.

Phrases, much like mirrors, reflect our thoughts, attitudes, and, at times, our level of sincerity and class.

When a person frequently uses the phrases we’ve discussed, it could be a sign of a lack of sincerity and class.

These phrases often mask a reluctance to engage genuinely, take responsibility, or respect another’s perspective.

The power of words cannot be underestimated.

They can build bridges or create barriers. They can bring us closer or push us apart.

I know firsthand. Unfortunately, there are a few of them in our neighborhood.