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Finger nail clipper

Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 9:34 pm
by follow
My husband, daughter and myself went to dinner (nice respectable family diner) and a guy and his family were next to us along with many others (friday night and packed). So this guy takes out his nail clippers and starts clipping and clipping and clipping, it wasn't just "A" snagged nail or hangnail, I can see someone doing that, however all of his nails. :? Everyone in the restuarant was staring at him :shock: and some glaring :evil: ...absolutly gross and disrespectful. My hubby starts eatting like he is a prisoner hunched over his food so just in case...yuch.
Can you believe this, has anyone seen this type of disrepect for others....wait never mind, I remember other people doing disgusting stuff in public places.

Posted: Fri Jan 15, 2010 9:58 pm
by blues2cruise
Why didn't someone ask the management to tell them they were rude? Or...ask for another table for them....like out out the street. :roll: Ya gotta wonder about some people sometimes. I agree...they were out of line.

Posted: Sat Jan 16, 2010 11:31 pm
by mazer
I would have absolutely gotten the management. The actions of this man were not only rude but not sanitary. My sister use to do something disgusting at the table. Wanted attention. She got it all right, we told he if she did not stop she would not longer be invited out for dinners. She is an ex-addict, thought her stuff did not stink

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:16 am
by Triumphgirl
Geezus...That ranks right up there with picking scabs over your dinner plate. Imagine if someone was to get pegged in the head with someones dirty fingernail and it landed in their soup.... :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: Someone should have got up, went over to the table, took off their shoes and socks and asked if he could manage a pedicure. :wink:

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:28 am
by follow
:laugh5: :laugh5:

thats good I wish I had thought of that...I just about pee'd my pants when I read that.

I think my daughters glare and saying very loudly,"THAT IS SO DISGUSTING" about four times and his wife hitting him in the arm, encouraged him to finally put the clippers away....however damage done...RUDE Bast**d.

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:44 am
by Triumphgirl
follow wrote::laugh5: :laugh5:

thats good I wish I had thought of that...I just about pee'd my pants when I read that.

I think my daughters glare and saying very loudly,"THAT IS SO DISGUSTING" about four times and his wife hitting him in the arm, encouraged him to finally put the clippers away....however damage done...RUDE Bast**d.
:laughing: Takes all kinds to make the world go around. I once saw a nice looking man in a suit, walking with his...well...stuff hanging out with a big smile on his face, walking through the parking lot. Its just not possible that that was a mistake. Its cold up here, even in summer at times. Good on your girls to make him wake up!!

Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2010 1:03 am
by blues2cruise
:laughing:

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Posted: Mon May 31, 2010 10:52 pm
by NorthernPete
Triumphgirl wrote:
follow wrote::laugh5: :laugh5:

thats good I wish I had thought of that...I just about pee'd my pants when I read that.

I think my daughters glare and saying very loudly,"THAT IS SO DISGUSTING" about four times and his wife hitting him in the arm, encouraged him to finally put the clippers away....however damage done...RUDE Bast**d.
:laughing: Takes all kinds to make the world go around. I once saw a nice looking man in a suit, walking with his...well...stuff hanging out with a big smile on his face, walking through the parking lot. Its just not possible that that was a mistake. Its cold up here, even in summer at times. Good on your girls to make him wake up!!
was it at a golf course?

The "dick out" is a somewhat archaic golf tradition that originated on military golf courses, where any golfers whose tee shot that did not make it to the ladies tee is required to un-zip and walk to his ball exposed, ostensibly to show that he is indeed a man.

Re: Finger nail clipper

Posted: Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:12 am
by Triumphgirl
No, twas not on a golf course. :laughing: It was a shopping mall. :roll:

Re: Finger nail clipper

Posted: Tue Oct 12, 2010 9:10 am
by Gina
I've heard people do it in church. Talk about rude.

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Posted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 7:35 pm
by psylocke24
follow wrote::laugh5: :laugh5:


I think my daughters glare and saying very loudly,"THAT IS SO DISGUSTING" about four times and his wife hitting him in the arm, encouraged him to finally put the clippers away....however damage done...RUDE Bast**d.
He just ignored your daughter, damn. He should find the right place where he can do that, or make his wife do the manicure at home. lol