I know Amy is going to roll her eyes at this one, she told me I'm always talking about what others do wrong. But honestly people, learn some tact.
I was checking out at walmart (why is it always walmart) and the checker said,
"I don't mean to be rude, but are you just have a really big baby or twins. I mean your stomach is GINORMOUS, (yes she really used that word)."
I just told her I was close to the end, so I'm just really big. She had more fun for me.
"Oh, I don't mean to be awkward, but can I touch your belly?"
"No, sorry you can't"
"Oh, are you just worried if anything touches it your baby will just pop out?"
"uh, no. "
"Well, I hope you are ok, because in comparison to the rest of your body, your stomach just really is out there. I saw you walking by earlier and I just thought, wow she is huge."
I was paying as quickly as I could and done talking. I just wanted out and away from her. It was crazy.
So here is my hint people, if you start out any of your sentences, "I don't mean to be rude, but...
or "don't mean to pry, but... or "don't mean to be awkward, but....
You are being whatever you say you are not. Just because you say but doesn't mean you are not rude or whatever. So in the future check out girl..... bite your tounge, so I don't have to think I'm a spectacal everywhere I go. :)