Have you ever been in a situation where you had a front-row seat to an absolutely crazy scene? There was a time when people would simply write about the weirdos that they witnessed in public…now, however, people simply pull out their cellphones and record the entire deal.
This video shows an example of what it means to see a person who isn’t all together present if you know what we mean. This is a situation where a woman goes to Taco Bell and refuses to leave until they sell her some french fries. When the employee attempts to explain that they don’t sell fries, the woman loses it because she believes the employee is truly a bigot who just doesn’t want to sell their fries to her.
Additionally, she believes that she’s actually in Burger King, even though the employee and other patrons tell her she’s in Taco Bell. The interesting thing about this situation is that the woman in question was completely wrong—of course—but rather than admit it, she goes into a tearful tantrum about how they are all being mean to her and how the employee is being a bigot. It’s amazing how easy it is for people to simply throw certain words around without truly understanding their meaning.
When the woman finally gets the drift that she’s indeed in the wrong, she leaves with a victim attitude and does her best to make everyone in the place feel guilty. It’s no surprise that something is loose upstairs with this woman, but what seems to be the biggest shocker is how easy it was for her to displace the blame when she was in the wrong. She couldn’t have been so ‘crazy’ that she didn’t know how to blame others for her shortcomings. So the next time you’re in Taco Bell, don’t be surprised if a woman comes in and wants her fries so much that she’s willing to call everyone a bigot if she doesn’t receive them.