Misbehavior

@roshigo58 (4871)
Pune, India
July 21, 2012 11:17am CST
It was raining one day and i was going out with an umbrella in my hand. A small pond was in front of me. I was trying to go side of it. At that time one person came on a motor bike and though he was having enough passage to go avoiding this pond, deliberately went from the pond and spattered the water on me and after going a little bit ahead he turned back and teased me and laughed at me. I was completely soaked by that muddy water. Before i could shout at he was gone very much ahead. I didn't like his misbehavior.What do you think.
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@Alesma (167)
• Czech Republic
21 Jul 12
Very mildly said, I quess:) I would be angry and screwed up. Shame you didn't notice his licence number. Then he might be pretty surprised.
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@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
21 Jul 12
Thanks for the response.
• Canada
21 Jul 12
Oh My! I feel so bad for you! This happened to me once, but it was with a car. They stopped and laughed at me as well. Unfortunately, there are some people in this world that will never get it at all. Life is to be enjoyed, yes, but not at the expense of others. This is called 'bullying' and unfortunately, this is happening more and more nowadays. Especially because of technology. They now have more ways to do it. I was raised to never allow myself or anyone I was with, to torment or tease another person. I was bullied all through school and it took something away from me that took many years to get back - self esteem and pride. But now, I am proud with what I have accomplished. I have a wonderful son that is almost 14 years old and he has the same morals as I do. He will always defend someone that he knows is being bullied or hurt. For me, that is the biggest accomplishment in my life - raising a child that has morals and does not hurt others around him. Someone whom is proud of himself and the others around him. What more could I ask for in life! Great question!
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@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
21 Jul 12
Thanks a lot for the immediate response. Really you are lucky and be proud for having such a son. You are very right. Moral is randomly seen now a days.
@Raine38 (9117)
• United States
21 Jul 12
Well if I were in your situation, there's nothing much I could do being him on a motorbike and I am just on foot (besides making a scene in public is so not cool). But I'll make sure that I have a good look with his plate number and put the authorities on him for reckless driving. They may not be able to do something about it at the moment but at least when he renews his license, his plate will come up with a bad report. If it won't happen well, I won't be affected that much. He will get what's due to him someday somehow. Besides, once I have taken a hot shower it will all be better for me. :)
@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
21 Jul 12
Thanks for the nice advice and response.
@Hatley (164654)
• Garden Grove, California
21 Jul 12
hi roshigo are you a p retty girl? well either way the man on the motor bike was a jerk and it was not funny splashing dirty water all over you.I would have been angry too and yelled at the idiot,
@roshigo58 (4871)
• Pune, India
21 Jul 12
I am not a pretty girl but 54 year young man. Thanks for the response.
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
23 Jul 12
What that guy did to you was definitely something that was very far out of line. Now, I will admit that when it rains, I really do like to hit the puddles so that I am able to sling some water. However, I will do everything that I am able to do to avoid puddles when there is someone that has the unfortunate luck to be walking down the street in a rain storm. The reason that I like to hit puddles is because of the fact that I just feel like it is a lot of fun.
@adforme (2116)
22 Jul 12
I had something like this happen to me. All I could think of was how to get that rude person back. Then I thought to myself, at least I am not that low to do such things for kicks. I really knew it to be intentional, and that person probably knows that I know. I could consider it an assault, but how far should I really go with it. Anyway, I went on with my day and forgot about it. That is how I was able to tell the jerk that he or she failed to get me down.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
21 Jul 12
Hi roshigo, it seems like rainy day/night are not your favorite times...you have issues dealing while out in the rain,,,you may soon get a complex,,,LOL LOL But all jokings aside, that was very mean for that driver to splash you, but I always try to step back from the curb when I see any traffic coming close to the curb.. we know how mischief people can be...
@Daisy_22 (1230)
• Philippines
21 Jul 12
That's the uncontrollable circumstances since the driver doesn't have any manners. It was just so sad for you to be soaked in the muddy water.This kind of situation really happened nowadays especially it keeps on raining.For us not to have same experience with roshigo, we need to be extra careful and pay more attention on avoiding pond when there are motorcycles or even cars coming.
@Micmac (8519)
21 Jul 12
The nerve of that dastard! Shameless stupid punk! What a waste of life that motorbike person is. He shouldn't be allowed to drive a vehicle.
@suzzy3 (8362)
21 Jul 12
What a miserable thing to do to someone.I hope he got a puncture and had to push the bike home