So maybe you’ve heard of the dude who slapped a baby on a plane.
This isn’t so bad joke. It’s real life.
Joe Hundley was on a plane with Jessica Bennett and her 19 month old child. As kids do in general, this baby start crying. Hundley was annoyed,
allegedly told Bennett to “shut that (n-word) baby up” and slapped the kid in the face.
Now if you’re just now hearing this story, or even if you’ve been following the story this week you’re probably like “I wish a sumbitch would slap my baby on a plane. I’d beat the shit out of them.” “I wish a mutha would call me a (nword) in public. It would be some smoke in the city.”
But really, what would you do?
I’ve heard of people being so offended that they were frozen in their tracks and weren’t able to come up with a retort.
And not even something as absurd as a stranger open hand slapping a baby.
What if a more subtle case of the bizarre happened to you?
What would you do if while out at a restaurant, someone just came and took one of your shrimp? Then kept going about their business. Or someone skipped you in line at Old Navy. How often do you actually say something when a muthamutha DOES?