5th March 2004, 03:03 PM
Lastly, both of you lack manners.
just walk away la...
5th March 2004, 04:19 PM
5th March 2004, 04:35 PM
fully understand how u feel,
Originally Posted by nicholas1986
think "te key" (hokkien for stubborn) is the word to discribe her,
although u might be angry, try not to get into argument with her, let the rest of people judge for themselve, u can give an irritating look at her (make sure the people ard u know u are irritated by her rudeness), then move away, u will be amazed by the power of silent protest esp when no one want to seat in front of her, yuck yuck
of course afterevent comment by us is often easier said then done rite, how many of us can be so civilised and gentlemanly at the time of incident always.... whatever it is, most imptly, dun let her spoilt your wonderful day rite,
cheer up and forget abt her
5th March 2004, 09:59 PM
nicholas1986, so suay, a kenna from one old man today after replying your thread!
this afternoon i took a cab to chinatown to buy some fabrics. On the way i was towards on this path next to the CID area. the pathway was covered and i like the 'roof's on the pathway horizontal line and decided to take a shot.
I whip out my DC and was compossing a overhead shot of the ceiling when an old man come forward and block my shot.
He said" its very rude to take other people picutre without permission!"
i wasn't even aiming at people, i was shooting the ceiling came my fireup reply.
He continued " its very rude to shoot other people!"
I could have slap his face if my mood wasn't good man.
I shooted back at him! its none of your business what i shoot! i wasn't even shooting you!
i should have told him if he is afraid of having his picture taken he could have stayed at home instead.
He replied "sorry!" before disappearing in the crowd.
what a day!
5th March 2004, 10:05 PM
just.....stand up and walk away
6th March 2004, 05:03 AM
6th March 2004, 08:43 AM
I thinks is a "dangerous" suggestion because what if she wants to bring you home to her house and make you her "toy boy"?
Originally Posted by Dennis
6th March 2004, 09:46 AM
I have learnt that it can get very embarrassing to argue with mid aged and old ladies in public as they can get very loud. BUT, most of these ladies do not know how to rebut in a sensible manner, and can only say outdated thoughts or worse still spew out nonsensical swearings. As long as you speak out, in an even louder voice about what they have done wrong for tthat person and all to hear, and treat everybody around like an audience by actually telling them in front of this person what she has done wrong, you can be sure that the lady will SHUT UP.
6th March 2004, 11:04 AM
worse...she'll spit at you..
6th March 2004, 11:27 AM