Isn't that an awfully ambiguous statement?
Is it interesting in a good way
a bad way
or a "you are insane and I am humoring you" kind of way?
I just never really know.
Especially if it's written in a comment or an email.
A few weeks back, I sent one of my sisters an email with a link to something that was found underneath the earth's surface here in Iowa.
The crater found was determined to be 470 million years old.
I thought it was neat
so I sent it on.
I didn't even think about her belief that the earth is only 6000 years old.
So, what I apparently thought was interesting in a good way was just plain goofy to her.
I got a "Thanks, that interesting."
At first,I thought
she thought it was cool too.
Than later, I started to wonder what she really meant.
I am not sure that I really want to know.
Font doesn't exactly scream out sentiment.
But, I guess even when said out loud, it can be hard to tell.
The word interesting can be interesting to figure out.
That is if you are interested to find out.