I’m going to order a pizza from pizza hut. – Husband
I support that decision. – Me
After I said it, I had a quick thought.
I’m not 100% sold on it myself… but, does I support seems like an overused statement?
I’m going to talk it out and figure out where I stand…
beCause,that’s my point.
Before you say you support something – educate yourself on it.
majority more than 1/3 of the people who searched any of the above options, that my support for the delicious pizza that’s coming to my door – is more sincere than their support for single moms and/or Officer Wilson. If you claim to support something please be prepared to explain yourself when I ask you why.
Do you support Officer Wilson? Michael Brown; or you suddenly just support Ferguson in general? How come? What makes you feel that way? If you can’t come up with a single original thought, by all means…feel free to hop on the web & find some facts.
I can tell you, I support the pizza because:
- I’m starving…pretty much to the point of withering away.
- I haven’t had pizza in a solid…4 days. I need it.
- Pizza is my favorite food because cheese is amazing & any sort of carb rock my socks off.
- My husband took care of dinner & there is no mess to clean up.
- He also got wings. [Garlic Parmesan]
Five solid reasons to back up my support. Wasn’t difficult to come up with because I hold a stance on the issue. Sure, pizza may seem unimportant but, nonetheless – I feel I used the remark appropriately.
I figured it out.
The phrase I support is not overused, but the terminology should be more than a mere utterance. It does not matter how big or small the issue behind the expression is. What does matter is that your “support” is backed up with reasoning.
Thanks for getting through that with me.