Yeah right, Receiver. Someone isn't having any of it. An emphatic rejection of faith in the Bearer’s integrity, this is often a pivotal point in any relationship. Whilst capable of being either playful or serious in meaning - as part of a teasing exchange with More
and Prove it
, or following Evil laugh
, for example - it can also be crucial in response to What's happened to us?
, say, or We can get through this
, and is often hard to respond to.
Those wishing to assert the importance of the Bearer to them have I need you
to do so, or those feeling the need to apologise have Forgive me
, or maybe Sorry
. If such a statement requires explanation, Tell me more
or You intrigue me
offer means of asking for it, whereas Receivers simply anxious the Bearer know the effect of their mistrust have Despair
, and Regret
with which to do so. Something I said?
enquires as to the Receiver’s culpability for such mistrust. Perhaps Is this the end?
is the most poignant question arising from I don't trust you
. Should the initial gesture have been more teasing than tortured, however, Who, me?
or I dare you
may be suitable in response.