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Monday, July 09, 2018

YOU SO FAT

Question Of The Week 07-09-18

What is the rudest thing someone has
ever said to you?

42 comments:

  1. I had not seen my Korean friend for several years. When we encountered each other she greeted me by saying, "Oh Annie you so fat!". I don't believe she was being rude at all, only truthful.

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  2. Actually it was said to my hubs at the car dealership several years ago but I heard it and it hurt....they said "Why don't you take your mother in to the waiting room?" Since then I've lost weight and he looks pretty old now himself lol.

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    1. I know how that felt. I was in the hospital and my older sister was near the bed when the nurse ask her how her "mother" was doing. GAWD!

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  3. Blimey too many to mention here, and some of them are too personal. I still have a lady in my local supermarket that doesn't serve me as I make her uncomfortable.

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    1. How can she avoid serving you? Does she close her lane when you walk up? Can you report her? Gosh that is awful.

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    2. She calls someone to take over at the checkout. I'm kinda used to it now.

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    3. The "somebody" should refuse. I'd just refuse to go to her till. What an ignorant person.

      To be honest I wouldn't shop there.

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  4. A total stranger once asked if my hair was natural. I still don't know what that means.

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    1. Probably referring to your hair color. I wonder what people would ask me if I walked around with my wig off.

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    2. I might ask if your head gets cold without the covering. So, does it? Or only in winter?

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  5. It was said by my mother. I'm chalking it up to dementia and not going to repeat it.

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    1. My parents never had unkind words for me but my siblings are another issue. They rarely had anything nice to say. LOL

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  6. Someone I hadn't seen in a while said,"Boy the sun has ruined your skin." Sadly they were right.

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    1. I've heard "You were a smoker weren't you? I can tell from the lines around your mouth." Yikes!

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  7. “There’s an ugly one.”

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  8. You know, I must have a great blind eye, because I have blocked them all out!!

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  9. All of the really rude ones came from family. One that came as a pointed reminder came from a stranger being nice. 'When is your baby due?'

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    1. Were you even pregnant? That was asked of me once when I was not pregnant but it was because of the type shirt I was wearing...I think. LOL

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    2. I have never been pregnant.

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  10. Where do I start? lol

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    1. How could anyone be rude to you:-)

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  11. I came up with one, but I promised I'd avoid politics......

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    1. That is probably best but it does make me curious. LOL

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  12. An uncle (a dementia sufferer) once asked me 'when did you get so old?' I hadn't seen him for over 50 years so yes I think I had got 'old' but not as old as he in his confused state had suggested :)

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    1. Some of us believe some of our friends are old even though they are the same age.

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  13. I don't remember, really, I don't. things like that are forgotten by me pretty quickly. Why would I want that in my memory? Maybe I'm lucky that I'm able to let things go.

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  14. I've remembered one: my dad the week he was dying, told me I was fat and stupid and I thought it was the medication talking, but I glanced at him and he was looking lucidly right at me. He knew what he said. Seemed odd to me because I was only 55kg at the time, certainly not fat. I wish now I'd asked him what he meant.

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    1. I am sorry this post caused you to surface that terrible memory. He had to be delusional from meds.

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  15. Unfortunately, the things i tell myself are much worse than what others say. Maybe i'm trying to beat them to the punch?

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  16. i put my "story" on my blog finally
    I used to get the fat comment cause i was, but no more

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  18. Snaggle Tooth said...
    People at work who speak little English, shout "Shut up!" at me when
    I am trying to get help.

    Now they know I can't stand it they do it more. The thing is, they talk all they want, or walk around, but I need some one to take over before I can go anywhere. ie: the bathroom.

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    1. I don't like the sound of that. You have life so rough and I cannot wait for you to win the lottery and get out of there.

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    2. Thanks, me too! Maybe I won't wait n will just quit.

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  19. Most of the rude/obnoxious/annoying things said to me are usually connected with my job. A lot of people have commented rather stupidly about my ability, which in turn usually gets them in trouble because I have no problem in passing along their comments to the higher ups that can make their lives truly miserable (and they have).

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    1. My era or being in the corporate world would not have allowed me to pass rude comments to higher ups. Being a female, I had no protection from such things. The comments were more than rude.

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  20. Have to say I can't think of anything that bad but maybe that's because I've got such a bad memory!

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    1. I think it is because no one could ever be rude to you because you are so nice:-)

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