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I wouldn't snoop in someone's pc & I'd expect they wouldn't snoop in mine. I guess they have different standards. I do snoop to see where my son has been online. He's my kid, and still a kid, I'm allowed. |
Thinking about different standards... maybe they're just LIKE that... like:
To me, a bedroom is also private. If someone is visiting I will close the door, and I would not expect them to want to go in my bedroom, and I wouldn't show it if I was showing them around. Why? I don't know, I was raised like that, you don't go in someone's bedroom without knocking & asking & they say you can come in. BUT... I know a lot of people just leave that door open, and don't mind touring people around their house through the bedroom, sitting on the bed to talk or look at a book or whatever (if you barely know them).... To me, that's weird. Here in China it seems everyone wants to see each other's apartments, taking little tours, comparing them. I prepared for that & straightened my bedroom when a new person came over. I was right, they asked to look around, and when I said "sure" they went ahead without me.
I wouldn't even open drawers or cabinets, etc if I don't know them well (to look for a pen or get a glass for water, etc).
[ Last edited by freakyqi at 2006-10-17 05:56 PM ]