Wait how do we know he did it to purposely upset her?
@AmourHoney There are clearly context clues from the way she is dressed that she's trans.He says 'Sir', then even after they have a brief back and forth he says 'Sir' again, twice. Both very... conveniently timed in my opinion.And I personally feel like his tone is quite weird. Seems insincere, like he even chokes back either laughter, or the urge to just be flatout rude.
The girl still looked and sounded like a guy. It isn't hard to mess up a few times. The store manager seemed nice and did his best. Anyone who would get that mad because she was called a sir has serious issues of their own. The fact that someone called her a him should be the least of her concerns.
@nathanp97 "It isn't hard to mess up a few times."It is when you've just had it explained to you.
And the way she reacted wasn’t necessary either, that kinda behaviour isn’t acceptable. She should’ve just ignored it and moved on from it instead of having a temper tantrum and trashing the store and leaving a mess that somebody else that wasn’t even involved most likely had to clean up.
@AmourHoney At no point did I justify/defend her behaviour.
Either way, both are in the wrong.
@AmourHoney I agree.
He wasn't told about it he was yelled to about it. Big difference. When someone is yelling and throwing a fit it can be hard to apply what they are saying.
@nathanp97 That's a very poor excuse.
She started yelling because he kept calling her ‘sir’. He knew before she started yelling that she asked him to call her ma’am
Sadly if you dont look like a girl your probaly just gonna be treated like a guy by most people in public its just a thing that happens and it probaly hurts for some but you can't expect a random stranger to be informed about trans people. Reacting like this is just dumb and makes me doubt if they are even trans to begin with from the lack of effort she put in.
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