Like they ask you something like 'Where should i go for lunch mcd's or burger king?' and you choose one but they go with the other thing?
Or "Which dress/suit do you like?" and you choose one, but they buy the other one you didn't pick?
Most Helpful Girl
Yes. It's a psychological trick: if someone picks for you, you automatically know its what you want or not. It takes the pressure off of having to choose, and only leaves the feeling of gratification or disappointment. My mom and I use it all the time to make decisions faster.
Don't feel bad. It's nothing personal.1
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Most Helpful Guy
Omg all the time with the previous SO!!
But I learned how to deal with it haha...
Her: which dress do you like?
Me: oh the green one (wrong choice of course)
Her: oh really? I like the red one better.
Me: haha, yeah! Now looking at it, same here. I think it will match your hair and skin tone better. You're right, the reds better :).
Her: Right isn't it!!! This is why I love bringing you shopping with me. We have the same taste.
😓Me:(in my mind) I don't know how she came to that conclusion, but hey, it's a win for me.
Me:(out loud)... haha right I feel the same way, what would you do without me 😌🤔.
Female logic mate hahah. Got to love it.0