You should demand a refund. As "a normal English grad" you should know the difference between seeing
Here is a clue from a guy who never took an English class in his entire life: it's the same as between hearing
Just in case it's still too complicated for you, the former term is passive and the latter is active. As in: I am now looking
at my keyboard, and I am also seeing
my phone. You have to admit that it was such a good example even a 5-year-old kid would understand.
The problem is that women want to be seen
- and they spend all kinds of money and effort to achieve this objective - but pretend that they don't want to belooked
at when they get close enough.
What I wrote in Post #6 is: It looks
awful and the message is even worse. I did not write: I looked...
But, of course, with the reading comprehension being in short supply here, the fast and sloppy readers, paying little attention to words actually written, immediately jumped to the "old pervert is looking
at the girls" routine.
So, for the last time, and very s l o w l y: "it looks" is not the same as "he is looking". "It looks" equals "it appears".
Did you finally get it? BTW, I like that rozumiemnic
of yours. It fits.