Daily Archives: March 18, 2015

THE TRUTH ABOUT NONCONFORMITY+

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Nonconformity: n. deviating in (appearance and/or behavior) and/or lifestyle relative to a group of humans with normative standards

Coloring your hair purple or pink if it is not Halloween is a sign of nonconformity. Piercing your lips or nose with a ring is also a sign of nonconformity although it is perfectly acceptable among some social groups of humans. Laughing at a cripple or cruelty is nonconformist behavior.

Ultimately nonconformity is relative to the norms of a group and if your group is small enough then you may be conforming to the norms of the small group but not conforming to the norms of a larger group or society in general.

There are nonconformist looks, behaviors, and lifestyles. Cults are frequently considered nonconformist lifestyles.

Weird, strange, bizarre, shocking, unusual, or uncommon is frequently used to describe nonconformist behavior.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT REFUNDS+

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Refund: v. to get money returned for ingus which you don’t need and/or don’t like soon after the purchase

Ingus: n. information and/or goods and/or services

A reputable company will usually give refunds if you purchase information, goods, or services and then are dissatisfied with it or find out that you have no need for it. Usually there is a short duration during which the refund is given because if you ask for a refund weeks or months later then you have actually gotten considerable use out of the product and it is no longer new but highly used and a full refund is usually not given.

Some customers fraudulently abuse the refund system, buy a tool or dress, use it once or twice, and get a refund. Overall the refund system is useful because it is an overall indication of customer satisfaction and if there are too many refunds then chances are great that the product or service is not very good or needs to be improved.

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