So we were in line at the Drive Through at Dunkin Donuts today after my daughter's dance class. We were ordering lunch for the family to take back home, so I had a list of things I wanted. And then this woman starts yelling at us for ordering so much. Something about going to the grocery store instead.
Anyway, I shrugged my shoulders, finished my order, and pulled up ahead. The person in front of me musta ordered a bunch of stuff too, cause they were a while at the window. And all along I see the woman behind me muttering and cussing to herself about how long it was taking. She then started yelling out the window and honking her horn.
So of course, I do what any reasonable person would do, I rolled down my window and yelled at her to shut the hell up. To which she started squawking at me some more. To which I replied, "Aren't you a little fat and ugly to be so impatient?" Her: "....muttermuttermutter"
To which my daughter replied, aghast, "Daddy, why did you say that? Why did you call her ugly? That wasn't very nice."
"Daddy wasn't being very nice, I shouldn't have said that."
"Why not? Why weren't you being nice?"
I managed to change the subject to the woman behind us being impatient and yelling and honking her horn, but still, I think I failed my duty today :p
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The fact that you you know what you did shows you arnt a bad dad.
We Dont have Dunkin Donuts in the UK but they dont sound like good nutrition..... but then kids deserve a treat now and then
So many things you could do with a person like that normally you just cant do when you have a child in the car... they start with getting out of your car and going over telling them politly how rude they are and ending with getting out going over and slapping the bitch silly with a wet fish whilst shouting shut up you ignorant..... ok maybe a little silly....
I once saw my dad chasingthe fat neighbor kid down the street screaming at him after he pulled one of the stakes around our freshly planted yard out and broke it over his knee. I was 16 or so at the time so I just busted out laughing.