You asked: How do you say none of your business in a polite way?

How do you say none of your business in a rude way?

–That’s none of your business! = Mind your own business! = Never you mind! = Fxxk/back off!

Is it rude to say it’s none of your business?

4 Answers. It is rude, and even more so if you say the whole sentence and add an adjective like “goddamn” or an “f-word”: “It’s none of your goddamn business.” However, if the shop assistant is filling a form, it would be appropriate to say: “Omit that item, please.” “I prefer not to share that information.”

What is a nice way to tell someone to mind their own business?

Originally Answered: What is a polite way to tell someone to mind their own business? {Look of surprise} “Whatever has you thinking I’d be willing to talk about that with you/a stranger/anyone” and move on. {With a laugh} “Oh, so not your business!” and change the subject.

Is it rude to ask why do you ask?

The question “Why do you ask?” is not rude. It can be an important question to understand the thoughts of kids and to change the direction of a conversation if someone has asked inappropriate details or tries to bully someone.

How do you politely refuse someone?

How to politely decline

  1. I’m sorry, but we had to refuse your request to move to another department.
  2. I’m sorry but I can’t help you, I have something planned out for tomorrow.
  3. No, I’m afraid I can’t do that for you. …
  4. As I said, I’m afraid I can’t help you at the moment.
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