25 Cognitive Biases Bias 23 – Twaddle Tendency Posted on March 9, 2015October 18, 2015 by SergioChavez 09 Mar This is basically spending too much time on nonsense SergioChavez Bias 24 – Reason – Respecting Tendency Bias 22 – Authority-Misinfluence Tendency
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Watching too much television in my humble opinion is an example of the twaddle tendency.
If your unsure about something, it’s better to just save-face, and NOT talk about it, explain to someone else that you are UNSURE.
YOUR IGNORANCE will be exposed to everybody in a negative way if you try teaching something you aren’t an expert in.
“Silence is better than unmeaning words”
we deal to much from petty things. most relationships end just because of small reasons that piled up and both parties don’t settle their differences because of ego.
“you didn’t remember my birthday”
“you’re 2minutes late for our dinner, this evening is ruined”