You’re standing in line at the 7-11, there are three people in front of you. The woman at the register is making a purchase, behind her, a little girl and her mother.
The little girl has a hot cocoa in one hand and a package of gummy worms in the other – she sneezes. The projectile lands directly on the booty of the woman in front of her.
Mom’s face turns a bright shade of red. She is clearly conflicted . . .
What does she do? What should she do?
Casually reach out a remove the boogie? Say, “Pardon me, Ma’am, but there is a booger on your butt? Accidentally bump into her backside and hope the snotty nose waste falls off?
Clearly momma was mortified and hadn’t a clue what to do. What she did, was take her daughters hand and say, “I think I’ll get a cocoa too.” And retreated to the other side of the store, leaving me to deal with the tail end of her dilemma.
What did I do? I told the woman she had a booger on her butt. Her face turned a bright shade of red and she looked at me like I was crazy.
I made it clear the already drying nose missle wasn’t mine and threw the kid and her creator under the snot train.
I’m curious, what would you have done?