Why is this socially acceptable? Someone complains about their day and your immediate response is to shame him for not contacting you (which you feel entitled to some kind of discussion with him)?
Taken from my buddy's Facebook.
Do you know what apathy is?
How do you judge such a one sided statement that harshly?
the person didnt shame him at all, maybe they are legitimalety worried about why they didnt call them and asked them a simple question
This word is "overused". It's a simple change of perspective. If you see this as a perfectly normal statement and don't look at it from any point of view other than that, I can see how you came to that conclusion.
I wouldn't consider four separate comments from four separate people as a good idea as to whether or not that's socially acceptable or not. The claim shouldn't have been made in the first place because we have no idea how to test OP's theory.. but it's not wrong that saying "Why didnt you call me" is kinda selfish and self-serving like other anon said.
they are asking "I could have helped with your bad day, why didn't you call for backup bro"
Thank you anon, I HATE people who shame people for thinking. Fucknig idiots.
That comment is definetely a little selfish, but im sure someone will call them out on that sooner or later, but op is claiming that saying that is socially acceptable, it isnt, so people will judge them behind their backs