When Customers Actually Give A Jam

| Montpellier, France | Right | October 5, 2012

(At the checkout counter, a mother and her son are behind an elderly lady in line. The kid keeps bumping on the elderly lady with their shopping cart.)

Elderly Lady: “Excuse me, young lady, could you please tell your son to stop pushing your cart on me?”

Mother: “No way! You must not upset children! That’s how they get traumatized!”

(The mother indeed does nothing to stop her son. Suddenly, another customer—young man standing in line behind them—takes a jar of jam, opens it, and pours it on the mother’s head.)

Mother: *shocked and dripping with jam* “Are you CRAZY? What the h*** are you doing?”

Young Man: “Listen, lady. You see, I was also raised like this, with no limits. I did everything and whatever I wanted… and I still do!”

(The mother quickly leaves the store with her son, angry and covered with jam. For the record, the elderly lady insisted to pay for the jam.)

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  • David Arnold

    I need more thumbs (up) for this!

  • Denton Young

    I wasn’t raised like that, but I would have done something similar and said I was just to try and get the point across.

    • Jason

      Fairly sure the customer wasn’t raised like that either, and just wanted to make a point!

      Women like that are morons. Not having clear and understandable boundaries is bad for the mental health and development of a child. Arg.