It’s a big metropolis and a regular vacation destination for a lot of people due to its proximity to Disney World, but there’s also the powerful Florida heat and humidity to make things worse while you’re in Tampa. For instance, Tampa resident Jenn Bethune has a service dog due to post-traumatic stress disorder.
When she visited the famous aforementioned theme park, people constantly berated her for having a service dog even when she didn’t appear to need one. This despite many disabilities being “invisible,” as the term is. Trying to berate a lady because of her service dog that she has to have for her PTSD is pretty darn rude, if we may say so ourselves.
Maybe it’s because this Mississippi town lies against the state line with Tennessee, but it doesn’t seem like there’s a whole lot going on inside of Corinth. It’s been shrinking in recent years, the economy isn’t booming, and there is a pretty small amount of culture to take in if you’re visiting.
Perhaps that’s why it tends toward the rude side of things – there’s just nothing to do. There have to be a few things, but kids these days don’t want to go to the same museum every weekend, even if it is the Crossroads Museum, which has history from the civil war, famous athletes from the area, and hopefully some other stuff.
The problem for many of the people who live in Denver, Colorado seems to be the caliber of person that is moving there in order to take advantage of the freedom that the state offers. The chill spots like concerts and coffee shops suddenly started getting taken over by people who just didn’t understand that rudeness isn’t part of the Denver way.
On the other hand, maybe it’s a lot more rude than the chill people think it is. The city was listed as the forty-fourth rudest city on “Business Insider,” which isn’t too bad, but it looks like this place could get better yet.
There are quite a number of cities from Ohio on this list for some reason, but at least Columbus isn’t too high up on the list. It was ranked as the thirty-first rudest in the city in “Business Insider.” That’s not too bad in the grand scheme of things, but it could still be a lot better.
One specific event, quite rude indeed, was when Columbus contractor Jeffrey Whitman called fellow local Charles Lovett a certain racial epithet after the two got into a disagreement on the road. Whitman ended up following Lovett all the way home, where Lovett started recording the conversation. Lovett told Whitman that his behavior was unacceptable.
Charlotte, North Carolina
The capital of North Carolina might not be the rudest, but it seems that the local Smoothie Kings hires some people that need to go back to sensitivity training. Not one but TWO rude words were written on receipts that customers were handed after they ordered. The first, Calvin Caldwell, said it was “very rude” to see the expletive, which we feel might be underselling it a little bit.
The second instance involved a man named Tony Choi, who saw that someone had written “Jackie Chan” on his receipt. While that’s usually a compliment, it still turns out to be pretty rude. Smoothie King reps said that those responsible have been fired, and all employees will undergo sensitivity training.