This mostly just shows that you shouldn’t say all the things you think in your head a hundred percent of the time. Just because someone doesn’t like your joke doesn’t mean you should make another one about their mental health. But also they shouldn’t pelt someone with bread, they should just get up and leave if they don’t appreciate a joke. Where are peoples manners anymore anyways?
“Speaking to the Press Association, Kumar said that he believed the audience member should seek anger management. “I’m entitled to express my opinion and they’re entitled to express their opinion about my opinion,” he said. “I think the guy that chucked the bread roll probably needs to be on an anger management course. I just think anytime as an adult [that] you’re flinging bread at someone, you’ve taken leave of your senses.” Kumar also said he was more surprised by the amount of press attention the incident received than the bread roll throwing itself.”
While this statement might have some truth to it, you don’t need to say everything you think. If you think it is fairly obvious, don’t make yourself seem like a jerk after they were to you. Cause that only makes you seem like just as much of a child by fighting over something this stupid.
There are other ways both people would have handled this differently to stop the situation before it hit the news. Kinda seems dumb to write about so much and even for me to write about. But with the quarantine is there that much to really write about? I mean most of it has already been covered by other journalists on our school team. So this story is born.
By: Elizabeth.Jensen B1