Whenever checking out at the drugstore, the supermarket or department store, I often hear the salesperson saying “Have a nice day.” I look up to smile at her/him—and the cashier isn’t even looking at me! It gives me the opposite of the “warm and fuzzies.” I’m thinking that this person is “flat and cold,” and, well, not too smart. Whenever you wish someone a nice day, make sure you’re looking into the eyes of the recipient of your sentiment–then let your eyes linger a second longer.
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