We are halfway there with my mind being read (even stuff I have not thought of) quite easily. Unfortunately it does not go the other way and I am still trying to figure out the quick shitty look I got at our wedding breakfast 50 years ago. As you can imagine there is now a rather large backlog of unexplained raised eyebrows, terse responses, silences and even tears.. I have little hope of reaching parity of understanding in my remaining time on earth.
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Years ago, a mate told a group of us:- never give them a time you will be home because when that time approaches YOU ARE LATE.
I stuck to that until just recently when I went to a swap meet and was an hour late getting home. I learned the lesson again! Hopefully I will not make that mistake again.
However several times in the past I have got back from a show or market to be greeted with "I didn't make you any lunch/dinner because I did not expect you home until after dark". You just can't win, it does not matter what you do.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,