- tell them its alrightVote A
- or just walk away to avoid yelling at the childVote B
Most Helpful Guy
The same as any other children who accidentally did it no differences between them.
Tell them it's ok I know their didn't mean to do it.1
1. I don't wear white shoes
2. if I were wearing white shoes then they weren't mine to begin with
3. they're just fucking shoes
Guess my karma is off.
It's no biggie , cos he/she's special.
The mistake was buying really expensive white shoes. Those things turn to crap within a week of wearing them.
A - They are only shoes , don't care about clothes.
Falcon punch his ass
Tell em it's alright regardless of whether it was on purpose or not.
Tell them it's alright of course. Anything else would be a dick/bitch move.
Get the parents involved, make them buy you a new set of shoes.
Wash the shoes
they r a special needs kid first off, 2ndly, there's a thing called a wahing machine, or a shoe repair place that can professionally clean them
I go Tom Cruise from 'Rain Man'.
Tell them it's alright. Hell, I'd tell anybody that. It was an accident. Shoes can be washed.
If my shoes were really that expensive and were ruined beyond repair, I'd have to get the parents involved go pay for my damages.
Accident or not, I'm not gonna be out of pocket due to somebody else's fault.
I'd tell them it's alright. Yelling at a special needs child would be cruel even for me, especially since I know they often won't know better. I'm as cruel and brutal as can be, but even that has it's limits.
Tell them it is alright. Well, because it is alright. :) It was not on purpose.
I would never wear white shoes. Lol. :)
I'm not going to yell at someone who is mentally challenged.
I would try to contain my upset and be nice about it. No need to go off they can't help themselves and I wouldn't want to hurt their feelings
I would say it's ok and make sure they knew I wasn't mad.
I would slip away quickly though, as to try to get the stain out soon.
Would serve me right for buying white shoes and being around kids. I know better than this, it would be my own fault.
It's only shoes. I'd be more concerned about refilling the spilled juice!
They're all-white. I'll bleach them. No big deal.
I'd tell him/her that it's ok. Same way in would respond to anyone else accidentally spilling something on me. Things happen, it's already done, no need to get worked up.
I wouldn't be that close to a special needs child in the first place. I don't stand close to kids in general