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To have said 'In a rush to wash that greasy hair eyy?'

(119 Posts)
jessiaubrey Mon 12-May-14 01:55:46

Was in sainsburys today walking in between the barriers to get to the self-checkouts and tripped up on something someone had abandoned under where all the chocolate and sweets are. Then this woman walked past me and said 'excuse me hurry up this is an express lane don't you know' and I just blurted it out it was greasy though

Now fair enough that your in a rush but the space I between the bloody things could fit a rhino and the security guard told me she wasn't even actually behind me, she was to the right so it's not as if she actually had to stop!


UncleT Mon 12-May-14 01:58:44

Yes, you were - but understandably so, as so was she.

LettertoHerms Mon 12-May-14 01:59:28

She was rude. You were also rude, but in a far more personal manner.

sykadelic Mon 12-May-14 02:19:46

She did say excuse me... even though it was to lessen the rudeness. You were mean and unnecessarily cruel though.

There's no need to resort to personal attacks. It's mean, rude and unnecessary.

Chottie Mon 12-May-14 05:40:11

OP - yes it was an unkind thing to say.....

MrsBungle Mon 12-May-14 06:24:10

Well she was a bit rude but you were far ruder in my opinion - why the need to stoop to personal insults?

ApocalypseThen Mon 12-May-14 06:26:05

Are you telling this story in the expectation that everyone will think it's funny?

meditrina Mon 12-May-14 06:31:03

Her words were, it seems, unnecessary and PA. But not actually rude. And she may not have seen you trip - for if there was plenty of space, then you had presumably righted yourself by then.

Yours however were just plain insulting.

meditrina Mon 12-May-14 06:31:38

I hope this is a reverse.

BitOutOfPractice Mon 12-May-14 06:41:39

I am embarrassed and mortified on your behalf op. That you said such a horrible thing. And that you think it's funny to repeat it here.

That's just horrible. YABVVU

wheresthelight Mon 12-May-14 06:42:51


She was a little curt however you were unbelievably rude!! You need to thank your lucky stars she didn't slap you!

Partridge Mon 12-May-14 06:43:30

Very very rude. Also unkind and very un-sisterly. I get the impression from your misguidedly jovial tone in the op that you think we will all find this hilarious and it will end up in classics hmm.

PitchSlapped Mon 12-May-14 06:44:15

If this really happened then you are nasty

MammaTJ Mon 12-May-14 06:52:02

Had I ever been that nasty I would not be boasting about it on the internet, I would be ashamed!

ZacharyQuack Mon 12-May-14 06:53:36

Was your hair really greasy?

sharonthewaspandthewineywall Mon 12-May-14 06:55:38

You're lucky you didn't get your ears boxed tbh

MargotLovedTom Mon 12-May-14 07:27:08

What a daft thing to come out with, makes you sound about 14.

treaclesoda Mon 12-May-14 07:39:21

she sounds a bit abrupt, you sound intentionally nasty.

ilovesooty Mon 12-May-14 07:39:47

I'm embarrassed for you and feel a bit sorry for you that you seemingly thought you were so smart and funny that you'd put your behaviour up for validation on an Internet forum.

splendide Mon 12-May-14 08:04:28

How is "eyy" pronounced? Like "eh"?

WooWooOwl Mon 12-May-14 08:07:02

She was rude and you were rude and unkind.

eurochick Mon 12-May-14 08:07:36

You were shockingly rude and should be ashamed of yourself.

TheHouseatWhoCorner Mon 12-May-14 08:09:10

Do you feel better that you've possibly caused someone to feel embarrassed and self conscious for possibly the rest of the day until she can get home to wash her hair?
Yes, she was rude. You were very unkind.

trixymalixy Mon 12-May-14 08:10:57

Are you actually proud of yourself? hmm

Forgettable Mon 12-May-14 08:11:37

You are very rude

(I am imagining eyy in a Cheryl Cole accent like wyy eyy)

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