I came home from holiday on Wednesday, stumbled to bed, and then found a religious pamphlet (JESUS SAAAAVES, etc) on my windowsill next to my plant yesterday morning. I don't know how it happened, nothing else in my apartment was disturbed. But, I'm super creeped out, and my landlord doesn't believe me/wants $80 to change my lock.
Well thank you, I don't tend to be rude but I hate to be fake y'know, "OH EM GEE WHAT A GREAT PIECE OF ART KID!" (and there goes the almighty poo) >_>!
I just think when you work with honesty, even though it's a harsh path it usually leads to good outcomes, for example that "I edit photos!" that the kid just did a zoom and a round crop, if you say it's a **** when it is, the kid will get sad, then you just reply again "Now, to do a good photo edition you do this, this and that." then the kid returns 1 day later with a 300% better edition than the previous one, and everyone gets happy, see?
People say I'm rude, I don't mind though, but playing the good fellow and leading the others do rubbish thing, THAT is rude, you should try to fix the problem while it's small, so they can get better at it. :P