By Anonymous - 28/08/2011 21:41 - United States
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This is the only thing that came to mind reading this Kenny: [to horse] Hey, girl! You hungry? Overweight Woman: [walking by and overhears] Fuck you, nigga! Kenny: I'm sorry! I was talking to the horse. Kenny: [feeding the horse] you like popcorn don't you? they make your mouth go pop pop pop [Horse dies from eating all the candy] Horse Cop: what did you give her?!? Kenny: [list of candy] Horse cop:Ahhh! This horse is a diabetic!!
If it was hot coffee then I don't think she was wrong to yell at her, I had a friend who had coffee spilled on him. It gave him horrific burns, he was hospitalized and stayed there for awhile. Still has scars all down his shoulder to this day. If your coffee is hot enough to do that you should be a lot more careful as to not hurt some one. But if it wasn't hot or anything than yelling was not deserved.
WRONG. People do NOT "have a right" to bitch out anyone, ever, for any reason. The girl that spilled the coffee did so accidentally. Do you need me to explain what an accident is? To think you have a RIGHT to bitch someone out for an accident means you probably have some entitlement issues like most people...grow up.
Well obviously OP wasn't actually hurt so it wasn't extremely hot coffee, or the situation would have gone a lot differently. So looking at the situation we've been told (not mentioning hospitalisation or the waitress spazzing to call 911) I think that OP didnt have to be so rude, it's just a spilt liquid. Go home and change your clothes if you don't carry any in your car.
Mysanitywins - I'd be mad. I don't think anyone in their right mind would be perfectly okay with getting hot coffee spilled all over them. Sorry, but it's the other girl's fault for spilling the coffee on OP. It's not OP's fault as many others are trying to say, and she had every right to be mad. 98 - What if they didn't have time to pop home and they were on their way to somewhere important? Not everyone can find the time to drop everything because of someone else's stupidity.
To say that it's the other girls fault is an assumption. OP does not say what happened. For all we know OP could have walked into the other girl. As for saying the other girl wasn't sorry that's an assumption too. OP bitched her out therefore we do not know whether the girl had time to say sorry.
91- "I'm sorry, I accidentally tripped and threw this knife into your shoulder. But you should remain perfectly polite and not be angry at me while in throes of pain." When you are in pain, bitching somebody out isn't exactly courteous, but no offense needs to be taken from it; it's a natural reaction. And coffee...who knows where she was going or what she was doing? I'm not going to judge op, but I disagree with your comment.
You're right in thinking that a reactionary comment like "Ow, what the hell were you thinking?!" might come out as a natural pain response. But to me, "bitching someone out" is much more than that. You might not choose to snap angrily at someone, but you DO choose to extend that and bitch at someone. It sounds to me like the OP chose the latter, and for that I think she deserves whatever rude remarks come from it.
168, Saying "fuck, man" and bitching out, as the OP puts it seem very different to me. In my mind the first thing you do when you're accidentally stabbed (which actually did happen to me...funny story) is to see to your wound, not through a hissy fit and bitch the person out. You can say something in anger, or even frustration, but if you unfairly or excessively target the person don't expect any remorse. In short, if the OP can't handle, she shouldn't dish it out.
im guessing in this modern society you people dont have the spine to say anything, and quietly slink away to avoid the confrontation. if someone wasnt extremely apologetic and offered to pay for the cost of cleaning my clothes id bitch them out too. accidents happen, that doesnt negate responsibility on the behalf of the person who caused the accident. oh wait, maybe i should just go run someone down in my car, then rather than offer my insurance details and call an ambulance ill say "accidents happen" and go on with my life.
@106 meh, coffee burns. entire lawsuits have been filed over injuries from coffee burns in the past, but since youre caught up on the scale, how about if i were to just go around rear ending other cars and driving off, does that appease your opinion of severity? minor injuries possibly sustained, cost of damages, equilibrium ensues. the rest of you are assuming things that arent mentioned to validate your points.
But you guys are also assuming that the story of OP's is the full, true story. There are so many details required to fully take a side in this. For all you know, OP could have walked into the girl and caused the accident, or the girl may have been about to apologize but got bitched out instead. Saying something out of anger when it happens, like "Wtf is your problem?!" is one thing, but carrying on is another. Accidents happen and there's nothing anyone can do about it. And let's not use an extreme example like running someone over with a car just to make a point because that's not the same thing at all. Being paralyzed or something along those lines from a car accident is far worse that having coffee spilt on you (whether it was hot was not specified) and we all know it. You don't know all the factors involved and therefore you can't make judgement. The ignorance on this site is astounding.
You kinda deserved it. Nobody ask for accident to happen, you didn't have to bitch her out for it cuz I bet she would e truly sorry about it. She made a pretty awesome comeback!
YDI for being a bitch about it. If you are an asshole to someone, you can only expect to get it in return. And a diet probably wouldn't hurt. At least then you'd be able to tell yourself that she was just jealous