Yelling, “You aren’t wearing enough clothes” if you aren’t wearing a jacket in the cold: rude?
I go to the gym nearly every day. It’s one block from home, so the walk is literally one minute. When it’s cold, I don’t wear a coat because I like cold weather and the hassle of going to the locker room outweighs a minute of being cold.
Every day in the fall and winter, another regular comes up to me and says, “You’re not wearing a coat!”, somewhat forcefully.
Yesterday I was walking down the street in the morning on my way to work, wearing a sweater but not a coat. He ran up to me and yelled, “You’re not wearing enough clothes!”
Would you find these statements and his behavior offensive or not?
We’re both middle-aged straight men.
- Anonymous1 month agoBest Answer
Shout back "and you are an aaahole" or "my superior intelligence keeps me warm" or " when you're as hot like me you don't need a coat" or any other suitable Hollaback involving person:a inadequate upbringing.
Yes this is rude, you don't need to explain anything,
- CeeLv 71 month ago
Tell him to get a life.
- 1 month ago
Well it's just a social conformity thing. Sometimes it's just easier to be like a normal person and wear a coat, than to deal with that constantly.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Another weak trolling attempt.
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- ♠ Merlin ♠Lv 71 month ago
- blackgrumpycatLv 71 month ago
To shut them up just tell them that you only live a minute away and thank them for their concern, but you are fine.
- LLv 41 month ago
Rude and weird. Like, why would someone be paying THAT much attention to random strangers?