I was at a restaurant with a friend. I said a bad word and this woman told me to watch my language So i apologized.
Later on, i heard her swearing so i told her to watch her language.
I swore again later on she told me to watch my language more angrily
She swore later on so i told her to watch her language more angrily
I swore again later on she told me to watch my language even more angrily
She swore later on so i told her to watch her language even more angrily
Her husband followed me into the bathroom and punched me
- Yes he was right to punch youVote A
- He was not right to punch youVote B
Most Helpful Girl
Physical violence (aka assault) is a crime and not appropriate under any circumstances except in a life-threatening situation (where it becomes self-defense).
None of you were particularly mature in that scenario. If the setting demanded linguistic propriety, then despite her swearing, you shouldn't have. If it didn't, then everyone should feel free to speak however they like. Yes, she was being a hypocrite, and yes you were both doing things to get under the other person's skin, and yes, her husband needs to figure out ways to handle his emotions, but how you act in a situation is on you, and no one else. If this was a restaurant with kids, elderly people, or people of a certain crowd (the kind that don't typically swear like sailors) you shouldn't have been swearing regardless of her majesty's presence or not.0