very sad indeed, it's so sad to see that people not only don't respect their elders anymore they also don't even enough shame where they'll even
terroize the elderly.
I'm sure this happens in my neck of the woods too but it's still culture shock
No offense to anyone but i've been to northern England and it's kind of a weird place
Once I stayed at my cousin's house and some drunkard kept knocking on the door asking for directions, my cousin gave it to him but the drunkard kept
saying open the door, open the door and show me, kept banging the door over and over again.
Then a few days later I saw a man run with a woman on his shoulder, I told this person stand near me and I said "hey did you see that?", he said
what, I said "a man just ran accross the grass and had a woman on his shoulder" and he said "ya probably a rapist, it's common", and i'm like
what, you guys are so stoic about this?
My brother in law then came to visit me while I was living in Ohio for a short time, and he was in my living room and said "Hey bro the door is
open"... I looked back at the front door and said what? "he said the door is open", I was like okay are you cold? He said no but the door is
I said so.. are you cold?
He was so surprised to see the door open, it was only 2PM too, he said in england you don't leave your door open, you close it and lock it.
I could never live in that environment... always living in fear....
Last night Mrs Ward’s devastated family called for police to wake up to the ‘disease’ of anti-social behaviour.
Police aren't psychologists....
I do not agree with this, this isn't the police's job.