Let’s change it up a little. A man with crutches on a bus asks a woman if he can have her seat otherwise he may stumble and accidentally hit her with one of his crutches. She rudely refuses and reply: “Why should I? I was here first, deal with it!” The bus suddenly hit a bump, and one of the crutches does indeed hit her in the Halloween heart I am a Horror AHolic shirt. He smiles with full satisfaction and mumbles: “Serves you right.” My point is both the men and women in the BBC story and in my story are awful people in their own ways. Don’t be awful. Be kind to each other and you won’t get vomited on nor come out looking looking like a jerk.
Halloween heart I am a Horror AHolic shirt, hoodie, tank top and sweater
Angela Bruneau, somewhere in this abomination of a discussion, I specifically said that if I’d give up my seats for those in needs (men, women, puppies in one of those neck braces, etc.) but I can understand it if you just gloss over it just so that I can use some internet insults. I never did say that he wasn’t. Everyone just assumes that there’s only one person in the Halloween heart I am a Horror AHolic shirt, and choosing one automatically means I’m against the other. I’m saying that both people are terrible in their thinkings (the man for the seat/equal rights thing, the woman for thinking that it’s right to see someone harmed for not catering to her).