The famous “I don’t know” excuse – this is one of the most popular excuses given when an individual is not really interested in getting a particular task done. By feigning this lack of knowledge the individual is probably able to keep from having to complete a certain task and with the added hopeful outcome of not being asked to do it in the future.
Eventually when all else fails, the individual usually resorts to this argument, whereby some level of hostility is injected into the situation, in which the rebellious display expects to garner the results of not having to get the task done. If used often enough this aggressive behaviour, can have even more damaging results, as the individual learn to rely on this negative element to get out of doing things. .
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|Date||19 July 2016|