Would she be unreasonable for taking this personally?
Authority applies something topically in the teen's mouth to lower the risk of a problem, not to heal a cut or a sore. She was obligated to open her mouth for him. It happens to be something that should never be ingested because it causes gastric distress. Then, he instructs her to spit it out but won't let her rinse it out at all. While she is desperately trying to get it all out of her mouth to prevent that health problem, the Authority remarks, "Don't spit your tongue out!" Should she be cool with his comment or would it be impudent of him to say that because she is doing the best she can to get it all out of her mouth so she wouldn't get sick?
- Mark IXLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
Awww, aren't you precious. Some guy makes a comment meant to obviously lighten the mood (big hint here honey - you can't spit your tongue out) and you just have to treat it as an insult. Grow up.