== kensho ==

ban interesting and good

Ban interesting and good from your vocabulary.

Using them means that you haven’t taken the effort to create a thoughtful response.

If someone asks you how your holiday was. Don’t say good. Describe it in detail, what you did, and more importantly, what you learnt.

If someone asks you for your opinion on a movie/TV/book, don’t say interesting. Take the time to explain the ideas.

If you resort to saying interesting and good, it means you haven’t thought it through yourself.

Go back and re-digest the material, write about it, and then respond.

It is the considerate thing to to.