Okay so I was called a name the other day, I was so put off by how funny the guy thought he was when he said it to my face. I was so disguised by it. the N***R word. I can't believe how many people think it's okay to say it wherever they are or what they are doing. The guy thought if he yelled at me and said that word I was going to move over or respond and think it was okay? What do you guys think?
I've long stopped hearing it. In between the bass beats, the slamming of fo'ties, and the jingling of blingling.
He thought it was funny. He continued to whistel at me while I was bagging some food up (@ the Grocery store)He Continued to follow me to my car until I put my car in reverse and tapped teh pedal as if I was going to run him over with my car in teh parking lot. He backed off as soon as I did that and other shoppers saw what he was doing.
Personally, I like to ignore monkey behaviour.
Validating said monkey usually makes them only throw more fecal matter.
In this situation I was really willing to punch his lights out. I couldnt believe how gross he was. The fact that a person would presist and say that word really ticked me off. I was ignoring him until I was bagging up my stuff and I gave a look (that was when I was about to snap)
I would have taken an egg out of the carton and chucked it at him.
You'd be wasting a highly delicious and protein filled meal on an ignant luser!
But maybe the laughter would have been worth it.
However, reciprocating hate with hate is usually a bad idea.
Franz Ferdinand probably didn't want WW I.
Love that Idea! You wanna know? I was thinking the exact thing at that time!
You totally should have. A guy hit on me once, and I found the biggest guy in the place to go over to him and very kindly ask him to leave me alone. (My real boyfriend wasn't with me at the time. Ya gotta do what ya gotta do to teach people a lesson sometimes.
Next time you shame his/her dumbass!!
Maybe ask them are you lacking attention is that w'sup baby?
Shame on them
Smile lots ( dont let the Poison in)
You wanna know what was the wierdest thing guess who I saw 2 the gas station this afternoon? Same Dude he gave me a wierd almost horny or provacative look. The more funny thing is that I was with my boyfriend and he asked me how that guy knew me. I told him and my boyfriend gave me a wierd look and said if he comes near you I'll handle him.
I work with a group of extremely diverse students, and I hate it when they use that word. My worst violators, though, are one black student to another...it makes me hurt that they call each other that.
Words that have developed such negative meaning are hurtful and yet Hollywood is forever keeping them fresh in movies showing tough guys using it. I do not like any derogative racist words, and feel that they are the mark of ignorance and a bad attitude..
its like nails on a chalk board! It makes you cringe everytime I hear it! Plus its like the ultimate thing I never want top hear or think about.
First I pressed the pedal in Park to reve my engine and He started laughing at me so then I through my car in reverse adn tapped teh pedal to pull out of the parking lot. and I freaked the crap outta him! I think I did okay. Man I wish I had an egg though to chuck at him!
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