My husband doesn't like the odor of cleaning products. The only kind I've found that he can tolerate using on the kitchen table is orange scented cleaning solution. If I use anything else, he complains about the smell while he is trying to eat his dinner. So I always try to get the orange scented.
While I was standing in line, another lady came up behind me and asked if I like that product Then, before I could answer, she said she used to use it, but found that "XYZ" product cleans much better. She told me that I really shouldn't waste my money on this brand. So I told her that my husband really only can tolerate the orange scent, and that when I saw it in the "go back" basket, I grabbed it because it is just what I needed. Then she apologized. Then we were both embarrassed. What I want to know is, do I have body language that says, "Talk to me!"? I really don't mind talking to people, but I don't see other people attracting total strangers as much as I do. I heard about this study recently that says that we pretty much size up a person in the first few seconds of seeing them. We develop strong opinions about them without even talking to them. I'm wondering if I put out a sort of "talk to me" impression. I know this is a common theme on my blog, but I'm really starting to wonder!!