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people cheeringCongratulations. You’ve ended up in my book. Some of you are thinking, cool. Authors, on the other hand, are staring at the computer screen right now with mouths agape. Why are authors gaping? Because they know that if someone ends up in one of their books, it cannot be good. Usually it’s offensive, rude, and mean people who end up in books. Most certainly, they die. So, you see, ending up in a book is definitely not a good thing. (more…)

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Photo courtesy Google Images

Photo courtesy Google Images

According to my go-to, on-line dictionary, the word “rude” is defined as follows:

1. discourteous or impolite, especially in a deliberate way.
2. without culture, learning, or refinement.
3. rough in manners or behavior; unmannerly; uncouth.
4. rough, harsh, or ungentle.
5. roughly wrought, built, or formed; of a crude construction or kind.

I think it’s pretty safe to assume that most of know someone who is rude. But, would any of us consider ourselves rude? Hmmm? Let’s be honest, are you ever rude?

I am guilty of rude behavior on occasion. But, I consider my questionable behavior to be acceptable rude. More along the lines of redneck behavior.  Below is a list of things that, in my opinion, with the exception of two, are rude or acceptable rude. This is the topic of this month’s Take It or Leave It.

As a reminder, here’s how Take It or Leave It works: Post your guesses (would I take it, or leave it) in the comments section below. I will post my responses Thursday. The person with the most correct guesses is my winner, but you must post another comment in the comments section, acknowledging that you are a winner, in order to claim your prize. It’s that simple. Unclaimed prizes will be forfeited after one week from posting the answers.

Photo courtesy Google Images

Photo courtesy Google Images

So, here we go. Would I – Take It or Leave It:

1)  Spike the punch at a party.

2) Pick up a hitchhiker.

3)  Leave my outside light on all night just to annoy my annoying neighbor.

4)  Eat all of the cereal but put the empty box back in the pantry.

5) Return my husband’s car with no gas in it.

6)  Fart and blame it on the dog.

7)  Buy something expensive, knowing that I’m only going to wear it once for some special occasion, and then return it to the store.

8)  Overtip a waiter because another customer was rude.

9) Leave my shopping cart in an unoccupied spot in the parking lot instead of returning it to the cart corral.

10) Leave something on the curb with a “free” sign on it to avoid having to take it to the dump.

Photo courtesy Google Images

Photo courtesy Google Images

So, what do you think? Are there certain rude behaviors that might be considered acceptable? What acceptable rude behavior are you guilty of?

Word of the day: Mingy

Fun fact about me: I absolutely detest the Wedding March song. (Here comes the bride, da, da, da, blaaahhh.) HATE IT!!

Original post by Jansen Schmidt, May 2014. Photos courtesy Google Images.

 

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