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Card Chip: So a few weeks ago I was in a grocery store, right? Nothing unusual. I had a particularly rough day and so I wasn't in the mood for dressing up, just a blue t-shirt from one of my old schools, shorts, and sneakers. I had just finished getting everything I needed when I got into line. That's when I saw Ep. Now, this woman only had two things in her cart. Her toddler, a little boy who was probably around 3, and way, WAAYYYY too much booze. I mean like the whole cart section of the cart was absolutely filled with bottles. Also, worth mentioning that this woman (probably mid thirties) was wearing a hot pink CROP TOP. Alright, that's pretty bad, but it's not my business and I'm not in the mood to argue with someone. She pays for her things and begins to leave, so l begin to do the same. I'm at the card chip reader when feel a tap on my shoulder. I turn around, and the trouble begins. Me: hello ma'am, can I help you? Em: yes, I was wondering if you could change your shirt. Me: (dumbfounded) I'm sorry, what? Em: well, blue is not a girls color and I don't want my son to get the wrong idea about what is acceptable to wear. Me: I'm sorry, I will not be doing that. If you want your son to learn those types of things you can do it at your house, but I'm allowed to wear whatever I feel like wearing. Em: oh, don't be so unladylike! Just change out of that shirt! Me: I will if you can give me one good reason. Em: blue is not for girls! Me: okay well, crop tops aren't for witches, but you're here. At this point I just made sure I had everything| and walked away. I heard her mutter something to the cashier as | left but I couldn't hear her and I honestly don't care. P 786 9.2k Karen gets OWNED in a grocery store!
Card Chip: So a few weeks ago I was in a grocery store,
 right? Nothing unusual. I had a particularly
 rough day and so I wasn't in the mood for
 dressing up, just a blue t-shirt from one of my
 old schools, shorts, and sneakers. I had just
 finished getting everything I needed when I got
 into line. That's when I saw Ep.
 Now, this woman only had two things in her
 cart. Her toddler, a little boy who was probably
 around 3, and way, WAAYYYY too much
 booze. I mean like the whole cart section of
 the cart was absolutely filled with bottles.
 Also, worth mentioning that this woman
 (probably mid thirties) was wearing a hot pink
 CROP TOP. Alright, that's pretty bad, but it's
 not my business and I'm not in the mood to
 argue with someone.
 She pays for her things and begins to leave,
 so l begin to do the same. I'm at the card chip
 reader when feel a tap on my shoulder. I turn
 around, and the trouble begins.
 Me: hello ma'am, can I help you?
 Em: yes, I was wondering if you could change
 your shirt.
 Me: (dumbfounded) I'm sorry, what?
 Em: well, blue is not a girls color and I don't
 want my son to get the wrong idea about what
 is acceptable to wear.
 Me: I'm sorry, I will not be doing that. If you
 want your son to learn those types of things
 you can do it at your house, but I'm allowed to
 wear whatever I feel like wearing.
 Em: oh, don't be so unladylike! Just change
 out of that shirt!
 Me: I will if you can give me one good reason.
 Em: blue is not for girls!
 Me: okay well, crop tops aren't for witches, but
 you're here.
 At this point I just made sure I had everything|
 and walked away. I heard her mutter
 something to the cashier as | left but I couldn't
 hear her and I honestly don't care.
 P 786 9.2k
Karen gets OWNED in a grocery store!

Karen gets OWNED in a grocery store!

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