I was recently waiting to see a film in a cinema theatre – Cocktail. I checked it out online and it seems it was quite old. I have no idea why they put it up so late though, yet the film was cool. All in all, once the commercials and trailers were over, a big message hit the screen.
”The management would like to inform the clients that there are no guarantees for the safety of personal objects . They must not be left in areas with a low visibility.”
Everyone felt confused, then the clients started to smile. What was the management trying to say?
”Take care of your stuff. Do not leave it on the floor.”
This is when you realize how hard some people are trying to enrich simple messages. They overload them with useless layers and words. Sometimes, it feels like people are embarrassed to tell words straight to the point. Continue reading