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Woman with profanity on T-shirt at park playground.

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by G17Jake, May 5, 2013.

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  1. G17Jake

    G17Jake

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    I am at a local public park... somewhere I wouldn't be except my granddaughter asked if I would take her there.

    Along comes a young woman. A very unattractive woman, if that matters, wearing a T-shirt with F__K_n written across the front of the shirt in very large letters. She was a large woman.

    She walks over and strikes up a conversation with another woman, right where all the kids are playing. Right there for all the kids to see.

    I was thinking about asking her why she would wear that to the park where kids are playing, but I was afraid she might take it off out of spite.

    What would you have done?

    I expect most here will say I should mind my own business and avoid the public if I am so easily offended.
     
  2. mr00jimbo

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    You sure it wasn't a French Connectin shirt?
     

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    Did you ask her if she was on food stamps?
     
  4. Bruce M

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    :rofl::rofl:
     
  5. JAS104

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    I'd ask her not to wear that effing shirt around my damn kids.
     
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    gwalchmai Lucky Member

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    This has happened to me on three separate occasions. Each time I ripped the shirt from the brazen whore of Babylon's gelatinous torso, shredded it with my scary-sharp Spyderco blade, and set it afire with my trusty Zippo WWII replica. I then gave the miscreant a severe tongue lashing and sent her on her way back to the bowels of the WalMart from whence she came.
     
  8. Ragnar

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    I'm thinking you're too easily offended. Its a shirt. Tell your granddaughter about the shirt and use it as an object lesson. Leave the fat, ugly woman alone (unless you're into that scene).
     
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    I can't imagine seeing that at a public park...I feel out of touch. I honestly don't know what I would actually do (if anything).

    I think I would take the high road.
    By high road, I mean would call 911 using a fake old lady voice and complain until they sent an officer, then I would sit and watch and deny that I was even aware of the shirt if asked.
     
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    LOL!!!

    I'm visualizing 40 more food stamp posts popping up, Eric getting mad, and a bunch of people getting banned :supergrin:
     
  11. Reyn

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    Nothing. It wouldn't do anything but possibly provoke her and escalate the situation. Even if you had spoken your mind what would have been gained? Peace of mind? IMO,just best to let it go.
     
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    It's a clothing line...

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  13. G17Jake

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    I didn't want to see her without a shirt on.
     
  14. G17Jake

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    As we were walkinh away I told my granddaughter that woman is a good example of what you don't want to become.
     
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    Walk close by her and then make eye contact when you look at her face. Jump back with a startled look on your face and loudly say "****!"

    Then point at her shirt and laugh and say "Wow! It says what we're all thinking!"
     
  16. G17Jake

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    The shirt didn't look anything like that.
     
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    She wanted to be noticed for something other than her obesity. Sounds like she had a lot of ground to cover.
     
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    Hef Stop Obammunism

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    I would say something rude and obnoxious, and then take my kids to another park.
     
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    She must like it if she's let you do it 3x. :thumbsup:
     
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    I'd much rather see a **** shirt than a Free Mumia or Che one. HH
     
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