Well here we go another racist "woman" on the train, seemingly drunk by the way she talks
Theres not really much information on the vid but it was uploaded yesterday although the comments have been disabled.
At the start of the video it appears that a guy gets up and walks away in disgust.
"your in my country now, talk my language"
The weird thing is most people from Britain and other English talking country's do not know any other language, and yet if I go on holiday I will find
most foreign country's speak perfect English, I believe the person in the vid was probably cussing her in his native tongue...
Imitating the guy using a "muh muh muh muh" talk is as bad as it gets.
edit on 30-11-2011 by roughycannon because: (no reason given)
Wow Iam from the UK and Iam ashamed to call her British, what have our women become eh?
Just want to say that people like this are not your typical Brit. Also a bit odd that both women sounds like cockneys but most certainly from the
South of England....we are much nicer up north
Two sad videos are not representative, though, are they? People lash out all the time. I think these kind of videos are going to become more
frequent, now that people perceive that they are popular and get lots of lols and views and the ever-popular thumbs up.
I can't imagine being in that situation and deciding to film the person. Okay, maybe I could, if they were showing signs of being violent toward
others. It seems easy to view it as a sign of the times, and maybe I'm naive, but I don't believe that these two (currently) videos of sad, angry
women are anything more than an abberation in the curve.
I would spark up a conversation with her. Its good to talk, as Bob said in the BT adverts. Its funny how some people would want to punch her in the
face just because of her off-color remarks. This is the world we live in so just deal with it. By that I mean unlawful speech is just so because of
ipso facto. Its illegal to tell lies but everyone still lies.
I feel mostly the same as you. I might've tried to spark up a conversation in an attempt to talk her into a more peaceful place. I doubt that
effort would have been sucessful, as she seemed to exhibit a need to vent on someone she didn't know, but judged to be inferior. She might have
severe self-esteem issues. I doubt I would have gotten angry. Mostly I feel sorry for her, even though she shouted vile things I think are hateful
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