Submitted by Katie Kloska on Tue, 10/17/2017 - 11:01pm
Complaining is a delicate art form. Let’s take into consideration Person A and Person B. On a hot day outside, Person A loudly voices their distaste about the heat—obnoxiously verbalizing what most people are trying to forget about. In a similar environment, Person B also voices their distaste for the heat but pairs the grievance with an invitation to go to their air-conditioned house. All too often, a complainer, such as Person A, is somebody who provides no solution to the problem they are complaining about.